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On Being Uncomfortable in Multicultural Chapel Worship

When Ontario Christian High School students took on planning a dramatic script for a worship service, the appeal to fellow students was broad, but participating student leaders felt uncomfortable with some of the elements of worship. In a 6-minute video interview interspersed with video examples of worship services he helps students develop, teacher Ben Dykhouse discusses the school’s worship innovation and its impact upon the highly diverse international student body. The video, housed on the website of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, a website dedicated to worship renewal in Christian faith communities, could be an excellent beginning to a church conversation about worship innovation or welcoming multiple cultures. The accompanying article includes recommended resources.

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