October 17, 2017

The Evangelical Liturgy 2: The Toolbox

NOTE: Read the intro? The first post? You ought to do so. The “tools” for worship refers to the necessary books and literature giving distinctive evangelical content, flavor and boundaries to the worship service. One of the problems with evangelical worship is that the entire “toolbox” is often the pastor and/or worship leader! That should […]

The Evangelical Liturgy 1: The Worship Setting

RESOURCE: Excellent piece at CICW on designing worship space. NOTE: Someone asked where I got the liturgy bug as a Southern Baptist. Here is Highland Baptist Church, Louisville, where I was on staff for 3 years. From the Chancel. And exterior. New Covenant worship can take place any place and any time. There is no […]

A New Series: The Evangelical Liturgy: Introduction

I am beginning a series of brief (I hope) posts on the subject of “the evangelical liturgy.” In these posts, I am going to survey the basic elements of a traditional Protestant worship service in a traditional Protestant setting. I will offer abbreviated commentary on each of those elements, with a purpose of explaining and […]