Congregational dancing in Christian worship
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Published by Sharing Co. in [s.l.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Religious dance, Modern.,
  • Public worship.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Statementby Doug Adams.
The Physical Object
Pagination156 p. ;
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16425842M

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X Introduction to Worship X in the United Church of Christ This introduction is from Book of Worship: United Church of Christ. The resource is available through United Church Resources at Permission is granted to reproduce the introduction for use .   C hurch musicians are prompt to assert that the musical practices of communal Christian worship shape us: What we sing and how we sing together forms us powerfully. Given the wealth of resources available on the topics of congregational worship and the music heard in our churches today, it is easy to be overwhelmed with new trends, new technologies, and new innovations. Jesus Wants To Dance With You At Church by Richard Fabian Why is most Christian worship still so far from the talk of Jesus, whose Aramaic tongue said 'rejoice' by using the verb 'to dance?' Once dance and worship were married; now they go to church together rarely and keep separate friends. Longtime puritan anxiety is one cause. Other problematic and less helpful sections of the book include his suggestion that public worship services need to embrace more openness for dancing (pp. ). For biblical support, Muchow refers to Moses sister Miriam dancing in the wilderness, David dancing while entering Jerusalem, and the writer of Ecclesiastes saying there is a time Format: Ebook.