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August 14, 2013

What Style of Worship Is Appropriate for My Church?

by Kenny Lamm
Styles 2

Churches throughout the world are struggling with what style of worship is appropriate for their setting. Many churches find themselves dying, stuck to old forms of worship that once were very meaningful, yet now don’t seem to engage the people in meaningful worship nor speak a language that the unchurched can understand. In the 50’s and 60’s, worship was pretty similar among churches of the same denomination and most sang from a common source—the denominational hymnal. Today, things have changed drastically and church leaders are struggling to determine what their church’s corporate worship should look like. There are many factors to consider in this quest.

Take a look at this video as I lay out many areas of consideration in determining the best style(s) of worship for your church.

Online material including teaching videos and handouts are being produced that will assist you in taking a group of leaders or the entire church body through this. Additionally, Worship Summits are offered in various places in the state throughout the year. We have one coming up in Lumberton on October 26, with the full worship leadership training of the Worship Leader Boot Camp.

The Worship Summits will help leaders dive into some very important issues impacting corporate worship:

  • What is the biblical basis of worship?
  • What does it mean to worship God with all our being?
  • What role should personal preferences play in worship?
  • How should culture impact corporate worship?
  • How should a missionary mindset impact corporate worship?
  • How is worship and discipleship intertwined?
  • Is unified worship the best way to go?
  • What style of worship is appropriate for my church?
  • If a church does sense God’s leadership to change, how can that be done in a healthy, God-honoring, people-loving manner with biblical and musical excellence?

 

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