Below are some of the responses to the questions ("What is your call, nudge, Holy Spirit invitation? What are you drawn to for OT Sunday a.m. worship? What are you drawn to for exploring possibilities with a new bud?") As you'll see, people responded at several different levels -- some with foundational elements that draw them, some with very specific elements that they are willing to help with. Some specified openness to being part of a new group or a continuing group, others didn't specify. Asterisks mean a new sticky note; when the same thing is said by a couple people I put the numbers in parentheses at the end. We have encouraged people to feel free to put up more than one note, as ideas get triggered.
*Contemplative worship - reflection/meditation + silence (2x)
*Building God's kingdom wherever
*Helping family think of options besides soup; sending out soup reminders
*Involved in growing community (simple setting and community); growing as a safe space
*Integrating 1 or more families into the setting (old or new) (2x)
*Integrating all ages in worship time
*Music; advertising OT to incoming first years
*Drawn to-- a place to become more known to myself and others; a place for silent reflection; a place that welcomes everyone; a place that names and encourages use of gifts; allowing space for the Holy; paying attention, holding things lightly
*Willing to be doula for two groups during transition time
*Energy, music and leadership skills for supporting network of OTMF-like church bodies
*Active participation in worship/meal, discernment, small group; energy limited but open to being part of new bud
*Energy for testing model of sending out rhizome; open to new or continuing; contributing hospitality, making soup, worship leading
*willing to continue to help out; could see being part of a bud
What would you add with your own sticky notes (or notes)?