A wonderful and thought provoking description on Mike Croghan's Rude Armchair Theology about worship with his community yesterday, with a Labyrinth, Mass and (I kid you not) Hasidic Reggae.
It's not a "how-to" for techies but a simple and deeply personal account of an encounter with God in community. If you're planning worship in new ways, and even if you're not, it's worth a careful read.
As we all go back to work, it's a challenge to think through creative and personal ways for any/ all of us to access grace in new ways which are also profoundly grounded in reality and tradition. Alleluia! Amen!