A resource for worshipers today looking to change hardened
worship patternsthat stand in the way of everyday spirituality.
All too often, those who attend church or synagogue find
themselves bored or baffled by the service. Their predominant
thought is how slowly the time ticks by and that the service never
seems to end.
Written for laypeople and clergy of any denomination, The Art of
Public Prayer examines how and why religious ritual works and why
it often doesn't work.
The Art of Public Prayer uses psychology, social science,
theology and common sense to explain the key roles played by
ritual, symbolism, liturgy and song in services. Each chapter
features "conversation points" designed to get you and your faith
community thinking and talking about your own worship patterns
where they succeed, and where they need improvement.
The Art of Public Prayer can help you and your fellow
congregants revitalize your worship service by allowing you to
organize and direct your own worship, making it a meaningful and
fulfilling part of your life."
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