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Worship 101: Liturgy, The Christian Year, Prayer, Hymnody and Music

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Greg Moore

on 3 July 2017

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Transcript of Worship 101: Liturgy, The Christian Year, Prayer, Hymnody and Music

Worship is not a product to be consumed.

Worship is the product of discipleship.
"Our worship in both its diversity and its unity
is an encounter with the living God through the risen Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit"

UMBOW, pg. 13
"In the beginning, when God began to create..."
Genesis 1:1
The Basic Rhythm of Creation
Gathering (Genesis 1:1-2:4, Mark 1: 16-20)

Proclamation (Genesis 1:1-2:4, John 1: 1-5)

Response (Genesis 1:1-2:4, John 6: 30-63)

Great Thanksgiving (Genesis 1:1-2:4, John 13: 1-35)

Sending Forth (Genesis 1:1-2:4, Matthew 25:18)
lit·ur·gy [lit-er-jee]
1550–60; < Late Latin lītūrgia < Greek leitourgía public service, the work of the people
Always Old
Always New
The Christian Year
Three types of speech in worship:
Talking to God on behalf of the people
Collect (You who do through)
Prayers of the People (Local to Global)
Sacramental Prayers
Talking to the people on behalf of God
Words of Assurance
Talking to one another
Postures of Prayer in worship:
Open, Alert, Outwardly focused
Penitent, confessional, introspective
Introspective, passive, pensive
Hymns and Songs
Primacy of singing
What time is it?
Who is singing?
The Faith We Sing
The UpperRoom Worshipbook
To Screen or not to Screen?

The Gathering
The Proclamation
The Response
The Great Thanksgiving
The Sending Forth
"Who is like you among the gods, LORD? Who is like you, foremost in holiness, worthy of highest praise, doing awesome deeds?"
Exodus 15: 12
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