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As we enter into new rhythms of the fall, what ancient practices do we see demonstrated in Scripture that have served God’s people well then and now? How might we see these practices' rhythms as opportunities to enter into more presence and freedom with God and one another? Over the next few weeks we’ll look at our directions in alignment with select practices to guide us. At the end of our time, each person in our community will have a chance to leave with their own rule of life as a guide into the next season ahead.

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