Urban wilderness

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August 27, 2008 by Jeremy Williams

2008.08.22_Greenbelt_0639 Church on the Corner’s ‘Urban Wilderness’ session went pretty well at Greenbelt on saturday night. The potential for it to go horribly wrong kind of grew the nearer it got, but it worked and people got it and we were pleased and relieved. A Christian Aid blogger wrote a nice review of it here, if you want to hear all the details.

Mark has posted the Liturgy of the City here, if you’d like to use that. Our audio soundscape and the monologue ‘Thoughts of an ordinary girl’ will follow shortly.

We also used the opening pages of Jon McGregor’s novel ‘If nobody speaks of remarkable things‘, and Richard Fenwick’s film ‘People’, from the Onedotzero book Motion Blur.

Further down the chain, we drew inspiration from Improv Everywhere, SoundTransit, Postsecret, Dear God, and Luke 17:33.

By the way, we seem to have neglected to take photos of the event. If you were there and were responsible for some of the flashes I definitely saw, could you send something?

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2 thoughts on “Urban wilderness

  1. […] Jeremy says – we seem to have neglected to take photos of the event. If you were there and were […]

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