Scape Service at St. Mary Magdalene and St. Martin Episcopal Church

By Sharon Aron Baron

A multi-sensory worship service at St. Mary Magdalene and St. Martin Episcopal Church in Coral Springs invites people into a unique spiritual experience – an exploration into the landscape of the soul through ancient prayers, live music, projected images, and a walking meditation in the candlelight. 

The service is called SCAPE and is offered on Sundays night at 7 p.m.  

It’s held at night in a sanctuary bathed in candlelight; it’s interactive with an area to light candles, stations to visit, and live music.

SCAPE is a collaboration between the church and Mishkhah, a retreat and worship experience created by Kate Eaton. 

Founded to reveal the mystery of Christ by stirring the senses and opening the heart,” Mishkhah creates multi-sensory services that integrate music, images, textures, light and movement, and prayer across the US and abroad.

Since founding Mishkhah in 2010, Eaton has partnered with churches, conventions, conferences, and seminaries to share her experience creating worship environments. 

Eaton said Father Lee Davis, Rector at St. Mary Magdalene and St. Martin Episcopal Church, invited her to partner with them to create SCAPE as an offering to the community for people seeking places of beauty, peace, and transformation. 

SCAPE fosters worship and prayer environments that enable us to fall into the embrace of our Creator. New rhythms in our breathing open us to ancient truths. We sense the possibility of healing and move out into the world again, restored and hopeful,” she explained. 

Eaton added that Mishkhah’s mission is to reveal the mystery of Christ through the arts, music, movement, and interaction.

“It is a time for all to consider what they are waiting for in life. When God speaks, sometimes its hard for us to listen because of all the push-pull we experience in our everyday lives,” she said, adding that the service changes to honor the occasion.

The church is bathed in candlelight and live music that crosses centuries and continents, weaving instruments from all over the world into the unfolding of the prayers,” said Eaton, adding that residents are welcome to attend the worship service, regardless of affiliation. 

“All are invited to explore the landscape of their souls every week through a walking meditation where stations around the church are created with questions, found objects, and icons where people can stop, ponder and pray,” she said. 

St. Mary Magdalene and St. Martin Episcopal Church is located at 1400 Riverside Drive in Coral Springs. 

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Sharon Aron Baron
Sharon Aron Baron
Sharon Aron Baron is a Parkland resident and editor of Talk Media. She has been covering Parkland news since 2012. Parkland Talk was created to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Parkland.
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