Love more, suffer less.
The Liturgists are committed to helping humanity love more and suffer less by bravely exploring our unique individuality within community and without judgment.
Liturgy is a word that is usually used within certain types of religious spaces, but the word literally just means “the work of the people.” Liturgy is essentially the structure that individuals use to come together and experience something as a community. Sometimes liturgy looks like lighting candles and taking the Eucharist. Other times liturgy looks like a rock show or a yoga class or a stadium of screaming fans. The Liturgists is an online community of people imagining and practicing new ways of being together without judgment or uniformity.
The Liturgists was founded in 2014 with the intention of creating and curating spiritual technologies for the spiritually homeless or frustrated. Today, people all over the globe have found the Liturgists not only to be a source of heart-opening, scientifically informed, and radically inclusive media content, but also a place to make friends with likeminded people, and to feel less alone.
Many of us have often felt the need in the past to sacrifice, compromise, repress, or ignore aspects of our individual uniqueness in order to not be alone. We needed to believe or behave certain ways in order to belong. In the Liturgists, we don’t just put up with dissonance and difference within the community–we live for it!
All of your weird is welcome here. No beliefs or orthodoxy is assumed of you. No questions are too taboo. And as long as it doesn’t harm anybody else, no sincere conversation or expression is off limits here.
How to get involved:
1. Engage with the work (podcasts, meditations, music, workshops..etc)
2. Meet others (there are regular online and real world events)
3. Practice regular, authentic presence within non-judgmental community
The mission of the Liturgists is to help others love more and suffer less, and we do that by providing these spiritual technologies and creating a radically inclusive and non-judgmental space where people can have room to doubt, to wrestle with questions and to be fully themselves so that this work can truly become “the work of the people.”