Selah is a Hebrew word found in the Psalms. It is likely a musical term meaning to pause or to rest, or perhaps to quietly reflect on the words just expressed, allowing their meaning to sink in.
We have designed this series of Selah Services around the Christian Year in hopes of helping you to pause and reflect on the meaning of these seasons – to quiet your spirit and get re-centered.
Each Selah Service draws from the breadth of church history, weaving songs, prayer, creeds, art, and usually communion into a worship tapestry. We invite you to join us for these spiritually refreshing worship gatherings.
- Christmas Eve
- Good Friday
- Easter (but not a Selah Service)