Freedom In Worship
Building a Creative Blend of the Old and the New
by Tim Lomax
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If you feel there is a lack of creativity within your church worship or a need to do things in a fresh way whilst still blending the old with the new; if there is the heart to facilitate innovative worship but a lack of ideas, vision or time; or you have identified spiritual needs in your congregation that can be met through the introduction of more open worship or the desire (as a leader of services or worship) to broaden horizons and experiences, then Freedom in Worship is the user-friendly resource designed to help you deliver worship that is creative.
The book is divided into two sections. The first identifies the concepts and ideas to help breathe new life into worship.
The second is a selection of ready-to-use, photocopiable contem≠≠por≠ary service outlines blending the essen≠tial com≠ponents of worship with the best of old and new hymns, songs and prayers which combine to initiate a flowing journey of praise, response and open≠ness to God.
The ideas and plans in this book are not set in stone: use them, adapt them or invent your own to develop your worship, spark innovation or inject creativity!
Freedom In Worship by Tim Lomax was published by Kevin Mayhew in April 2001 and is our 15254th best seller. The ISBN for Freedom In Worship is 9781840037340.
|Page last updated||7th May 2013|
|Author / Artist||Tim Lomax|
|Publisher||Kevin Mayhew (April 2001)|
|Number of Pages||66|