Liturgy|Order|Bridge invokes the intimacies of care practices, the contrasting spectacle (and absurdities) of religious ritual, and the communal embodiment of black church traditions. In the world we imagine together, flowers grow to human-scale, and three bodies find unity under the drape of a single liturgical vestment. We engage the reorienting and restorative power of collective movement, clapping, singing, and call and response. We define virtuosity in a chorus of step-touches. Through Liturgy|Order|Bridge we ask: What might it mean to engage dance practice as faith practice, performance as communal ceremony, performance space as consecrated site, and audience as a fellowship of shared witness, place, and legacy?