How We Seek God Together

Exploring Worship Style

Media Information:

Categories: Book Collection.
Author(s): Clark (Linda J.), Stamm (Mark Wesley), and Swenson (Joanne).
Publication Dates: 2001.
Publisher(s): Alban Institute.
Subject(s): African American churches - Liturgy - Case studies, Public worship - Methodist Church - Case studies, and Religion.
Format(s): Softcover.

Copies in the Resource Center:

  • BX 8337 .C57 2001
  • Summary:

    Every congregation has a certain “tone” or “feel,” because its members do things a particular way. How We Seek God Together identifies and explores congregational worship style, providing a unique resource for congregations seeking to answer the question “Why do we do things the way that we do?”How We Seek God Together was developed by three researchers who independently spent a year worshiping and “living’ with one of three Methodist congregations, each with a distinct and well-done worship style. Through this remarkable book and its accompanying video, the authors invite clergy and congregations to study their own worship style and to discover what reflects their unique identity and describes “who we are” as a faith community.


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