Easter was this past Sunday. Millions of Christians around the world united to celebrate the resurrection of Christ. People from all walks of life, from most tribes around the world, gather in unity to worship Christ as the one who overcame death.
Christ’s ressurection unites us as humans. There are great multitudes of Christians, from every race and culture, who worship Christ, not only on Easter but on Sundays.
In fact, Christians celebrate the resurrection every week. Easter is simply the specified date on the calendar to remember Christ’s death and resurrection as it happened thousands of years ago.
For most Christians, though, every Sunday is a time to gather together to worship Christ. Again, we’re united around Christ’s resurrection.
On Sundays we celebrate the risen King.
On Sundays we celebrate our inheritance with Him.
On Sundays we celebrate that all are welcome in the Kingdom of God.
Sunday morning worship is the ideal time for multicultural worship because it is the time where millions of Christians around the world gather to raise their voices to YHWH.
A multicultural worship event is occurring globally, even if it isn’t happening in your local church at the moment.
Every Sunday morning, while you’re at church, consider the millions of other Christians around the world who were, are, or will be worshipping Christ as their Sunday comes and goes.
In this way, even if your local church isn’t culturally diverse, you’ll be joining in spiritually with many cultures around the world.
In this way, you’ll be united with many races and cultures in worshipping Christ.
Connect with us if you want help introducing an ethnically diverse worship experience in your church.