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Reading Scripture in Public Worship

The Word of God must be central to all worship planning. It is God’s voice to us in the worship service; therefore it must be clear that God comes to us first, through the Word, to initiate a conversation. Worship planners will benefit from an assessment of the place of Scripture in worship, including an evaluation of how we select the scripture to be read, how we read or present scripture, and how we integrate song and scripture. All of this and more may be found in the article, Reading Scripture in Public Worship, available from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.



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