Finding Your Way Around Common Worship Paperback
A Simple Guide
by Mark Earey;
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Finding Your Way Around Common Worship
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The book is your answer to questions such as:
"How can I find which liturgical colour to use for a specific season/ celebration?"
"Is it acceptable for a youth worker to perform a reading from The Message version of the Bible on a Sunday?"
"What methods can be applied to make a baptism service as simple as possible?"
"Is it okay to use the alternative form of the Decision for baptisms?"
"Finding Your Way Around Common Worship" provides a simple guide to Common Worship. It includes valuable features such as:
Simple tables and charts outlining key features or elements of services
'Quick Tips'-Where can I find this?"
'Frequently Asked Questions'
Finding Your Way Around Common Worship by Mark Earey was published by Church House in April 2011 and is our 18361st best seller. The ISBN for Finding Your Way Around Common Worship is 9780715142363.
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Finding Your Way Around Common WorshipJohnny Douglas, via The Good Book Stall
The book of Common Worship has been around for more than a decade so here Mark Earey’s writing offers application and vibrant help. Its aim is to help users understand and use all the basic functions and to make them aware of the more advanced options, ready for the time when they may need them.
Artistry, language and technicalities are well covered, with what may or may not be permissibly moved within liturgical tradition. The glossary I found to be of benefit and some freshness. This is an attractive, unique resource book for the glory of God and the joy of the people. Helpful indeed!
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Details for Finding Your Way Around Common Worship
|Page last updated||24th September 2014|
|Author / Artist||Mark Earey|
|Publisher||Church House (April 2011)|
|Number of Pages||164|