Worship is a way to create a more open heart. It helps us to deepen ourselves and yet to draw us out of ourselves. Worship happens through music, by singing together, by hearing a traditional spiritual or contemporary music. There are also quiet spaces to allow for reflection and prayer. Through the visual arts, through poetry, drama, and readings from scripture we explore our faith. These all help to stimulate our thinking, raise questions and move us to be engaged and responsive to the needs in our world. In the Celtic tradition and in words from the Iona Community, worship is an expression of our search for wholeness with no division between sacred and secular. Worship happens in small groups, on our pilgrimages, in innovative evening services and on Sunday morning at 10 a.m.