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How to Include Multiple Languages in Multicultural Worship

By the grace of God some congregations find diverse peoples drawn to their churches, each with their own language, worship style and sense of time. Of course, such a blessing comes with challenges. In an article archived on the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship website, reporter Joan Huyser-Honig looks at how several congregations, representing different Christian traditions, have learned to blend their differences into inclusive, “every tribe and tongue” congregations. Read the article, access the links, and use the discussion questions to stimulate a conversation with your church board or adult study group.



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