A study written during the time of lockdown in the Covid-19 epidemic, when how we can worship was part of the conversation.
There are many books (some rather large) about Christian worship, and I do not intend this study to be a deep theological examination of the subject. It is, if you like, a bit of a refresher course, an overview, looking the reasons and insights Scripture gives us for meeting together for corporate acts of worship in churches, chapels and cathedrals, and how worship contributes to the rest of our week.
It refers to worship within both the Old and New Testaments but focusses more on how the experiences of those early worshippers informs our own approach to the worship of God, and less about the mechanics of the process.
So, in these studies we consider why worship is a vital part of the daily Christian life; the attitude in which we approach our worship; some common elements within Christian worship, and what the benefits are to the worshipper, the fellowship of believers and the building up of the global Church.
The study is formatted such that each individual study can be printed off on 2 double-sided sheets of A4 for ease of distribution to a group. Alternatively, pass the ebook around your group for those that have suitable devices to view on. If you're using it with more than one group, it would be appreciated if you could think about purchasing one study per group!
View a sample from the book (pdf) via this link