Where 20 Or 30 Are Gathered: Leading Worship in the Small Church

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Alban Institute, 2006 - Religion - 117 pages
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While worship is the primary purpose of all churches, worship in the small church is distinctive. Whether a house church, a new church plant, a rural church along a country road, or a city church whose neighborhood demographics have shifted, these small faith communities present unique opportunities and challenges for worship leaders. Peter Bush and Christine O'Reilly draw on their passion and experience equipping lay people to plan and lead worship to answer the question, what makes for effective worship

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Christine O'Reilly has served the Thedford and Watford Pastoral Charge in southwestern Ontario for the last eighteen years as Teaching Elder. She has a D. Min. in Rural Ministry from Austin Theological Seminary. Peter Bush has been the Teaching Elder at Knox Presbyterian Church in Mitchell, Ontario, for ten years. Christine and Peter have codirected three Worship Renewal Grant Projects that focused on training lay people to plan and lead worship services and to preach.

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