Preparing Sunday Dinner

Using the metaphor of a meal, Marlene Kropf, Rebecca Slough, and June Alliman Yoder look at how preachers, worship leaders, and musicians can collaborate on a "Sunday dinner" of praise that feeds individual Christians and their communities.

Preparing Sunday Dinner

Using the metaphor of a meal, Marlene Kropf, Rebecca Slough, and June Alliman Yoder look at how preachers and worship leaders can collaborate on a ?Sunday dinner? of praise that feeds individual Christians and their communities. They address the steps of planning, preparing, and hosting worship and examine some of the challenges and pitfalls faced by those who collaborate in ministry. ?The authors have mixed together the basic foundational elements of our faith and worship tradition with a fresh integration of our world and church in our current context. This is a great resource for all who worship, but especially those who plan and lead worship.'?Chip Andrus, Presbyterian Church USA

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