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As We Gather to Pray: An Episcopal Guide to Worship

Religion


by
Clayton L. Morris

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 160 pages

File size: 414 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

The thirteen fascinating essays in this book bring together theoretical articles and practical planning strategies to create a how-to guide for worship. The editors have compiled the work of eighteen lay people and clergy actively serving the Church today in a variety of ministries. Article topics include style in worship, liturgical space, the role of the arts, dance, small church issues, etc. The planning strategies describe how to form a parish worship committee, to evaluate worship, to welcome children, to design service leaflets, to compose intercessions, to celebrate the Triduum, etc. The book carries the publisher’s permission for non-commercial reprinting of articles for local parish use. It is ideal for instruction or discussion in the worship committee or parish study groups.

The thirteen fascinating essays in this book bring together theoretical articles and practical planning strategies to create a how-to guide for worship. The editors have compiled the work of eighteen lay people and clergy actively serving the Church today in a variety of ministries. Article topics include style in worship, liturgical space, the role of the arts, dance, small church issues, etc. The planning strategies describe how to form a parish worship committee,… (more)

The thirteen fascinating essays in this book bring together theoretical articles and practical planning strategies to create a how-to guide for worship. The editors have compiled the work of eighteen lay people and clergy actively serving the Church today in a variety of ministries. Article topics include style in worship, liturgical space, the role of the arts, dance, small church issues, etc. The planning strategies describe how to form a parish worship committee, to evaluate worship, to welcome children, to design service leaflets, to compose intercessions, to celebrate the Triduum, etc. The book carries the publisher’s permission for non-commercial reprinting of articles for local parish use. It is ideal for instruction or discussion in the worship committee or parish study groups.

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