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Q&A

What Church Websites Communicate about Worship

Part 1 of 2

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Our church is redesigning its website and asked for our worship team’s help with including materials related to worship. What advice does RW have?

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On Short Songs in Worship

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I am a fan of short songs in worship—simple songs that don’t take a lot of rehearsal. No one on my praise team is all that interested in this. Help me convince them

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I am happy to take a crack at this! Short songs (coritos) offer much:

Naming the Time After Pentecost

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Our church celebrates Christmas and Easter, but not the rest of the year. We are bit perplexed by the long stretch from Pentecost to Advent. Help us understand.

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What should we name the season after Pentecost? We debate this every year and never quite arrive at consensus.

Worship and Mental Health

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We are struggling in our ministry with many people in our congregation who have mental health concerns. We have responded to this pastorally, but not really in worship. Are there resources for engaging this in worship?

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The Incarnation, Worship, and our Daily Lives

Recently Reformed Worship was able to pose the following questions about the incarnation to three individuals.

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I’ve sometimes heard the phrase “incarnational worship.” What does that mean? What is the significance of the incarnation for our daily living and worship?

Here are their responses:

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