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Worshiping Outside in the Wild Church Network

Fourteen informal churches — Episcopal, Catholic, Lutheran and non-denominational – are part of the Wild Church Network:

Pastors and lay leaders are beginning to organize services in 16 states, says Loorz, a graduate of the evangelical nondenominational Fuller Theological Seminary and an environmental activist. She is writing a book about “the transformational experiences of people have when they connect their own wild soul with God.” [Read more].

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