Liberating Liturgy

Eric Drew explains why liturgy doesn’t belong to any particular genre, style, or era:

It is necessary and urgent to offer sounds and expressions of worship that are familiar enough to our context that God’s people can participate through singing, praying and other liturgical elements. For some that familiar voice and sound includes the organ. For a growing number of people it doesn’t. We must offer music that sounds contemporary (of the present time) so that we broaden our circle of sounds available with which to praise God. That doesn’t mean it is about me. That means that the sound is accessible to people coming of age in a world that sounds different than ever before…

Great post explaining that liturgy can be a part of modern worship as well as traditional. Read the whole post here.

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