If you’re following this blog on Facebook, or directly, or via email subscription, chances are you’re already committed to the Anglican way of liturgical worship. You may or may not have much to say about why you like or prefer liturgy over the free church tradition. But you’ve probably been asked before by other Christians why you and/or your church worships the way it does.
Liturgy is not our “style”. It is not our “flavor”. It’s actually a part of who we are as Christians; it’s how we’re Christians. Don’t fall into the trap of assuming or pretending that it’s a simple matter of preference. No, it’s a principle.
For more on this, here’s a new video:
- 0:00 The challenge of understanding liturgy
- 2:44 Why (and not why) we’re committed to liturgical worship
- 6:15 Look at the whole, not the individual
- 8:04 Many of us today struggle with liturgy