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How to Begin Worship

This study uses Psalm 95 & Acts 2 to reflect on how the congregation gathers for worship. It invites reflection on the specific acts that initiate worship and asks how well they are embodied in the liturgy. Number 14 in a series of 24 worship-oriented studies geared to the worship leader or leadership team, this helpful study may be found on the website of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.

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