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Transforming Church Offerings as Acts of Worship

Worshippers increasingly make their church offering electronically. As a consequence, fewer people participate in the traditional offertory, which is prompting some churches to rethink the role and purpose of giving in the worship service. In this helpful article, "Church Offerings as Acts of Worship," housed on the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship website, author Joan Huyser-Honig explores the way the liturgy of the offering has been creatively expanded and transformed, offers links to additional information and resources, and provides discussion-starting questions.

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