The Worship Architect: A Blueprint for Designing Culturally Relevant and Biblically Faithful Services

by Constance M. Cherry. Baker Academic, 2010.
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This resource utilizes an architect metaphor to the task of planning worship, comparing differing aspects of worship to windows and doors.

Offerings: various elements of worship, prayer, music, the experience of encountering God in the Christian Year, theological foundations, congregational song and worship style, checklist for designing worship

Best For: clergy, lay leaders, and worship leaders

Cost: purchase as a book or e-book

Suggested Uses:

  • Evaluate current worship practices using the checklist to answer questions such as, "does the service foster a sense of awe?" and "are there sufficient periods of silence to listen to God speak?"

Curator Curated by Tim Shapiro

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