This is a review of the book Introduction to Christian Worship.
Each congregation ought to reflect on how it celebrates communion. The way the elements are distributed should not be out of custom or superstition, but for sound theological and pastoral reasons. This article surveys some of the practices in the time of the Reformation.
Where does the Praise and Worship movement come from? This article reviews three influential books on the movement.
This article reflects on how churches can extend hospitality to visitors in their midst.
Reading Scripture in different languages—can be a meaningful addition to a Pentecost liturgy. This article makes proposals for a Pentecost liturgy.
At times it's healthy for a congregation to pause and reflect on what they do in a worship service. This article wants to facilitate a way for a congregation to reconsider what worship is.
This is a review article of Preaching and Leading Worship, by William H. Willimon. It indicates that Willimon has a balanced approach: he sees the need for appraising and evaluating worship but guards against a craze for novelty. The book provides suggestions for preparing for and conducting worship. Willimon provides guidelines on preaching—on both the preparation and delivery of sermons.