Blended worship probably means different things to different people, but the most common use of the phrase seems to be in regards to styles of music used for worship services. The typical goal of a blended worship service is to use music from different generations to create an environment that appeals to (or provides a worship experience for) different generations. It’s basically a little something for every generation represented: some hymns, some choruses, some traditional, some contemporary…you get the idea.
I’d like to propose an ancient approach to the Blended Worship gathering. Throw out the emphasis on style. Style is important to an extent, but shouldn’t be our main focus.
As Russ points out, our unity will bring more honor to God than our music. Read the whole post here.