Liturgy Isn’t A Dirty Word

Garry Milley shares some reflections on growing up in a decidedly non-liturgical church:

The positive side of this non-liturgical approach was that one never quite knew what was going to happen when one went to church. God was free to do whatever he wished!

While such an approach supported an expectancy that is not to be despised, it often contributed to a lack of preparation for worship. It resulted, more often than not, in a “let’s wing it” attitude towards worship. We justified this kind of carelessness by suggesting that knowing in advance about anything was to quench the Holy Spirit.

That “let’s wing it” attitude has resulted in a change in Garry’s outlook on worship. Read more here.

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