Worship Matters: Volume One

Book, 1999, 176 pp
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The twenty-three articles plus the introduction address the theological and liturgical questions raised for United Methodist worship by two primary contexts: the church itself and the quickly changing landscape of North American culture.

The central claim of this volume is that the United Methodist theological and liturgical heritage - as expressed in the denomination's official worship texts - contains the resources for creating worship contexts that are both inviting and nurturing.

This volume explores the relationship between theology, liturgy, and worship; examines the connections between worship and culture; looks at the work of planning and leading worship.

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