Worship in Spirit and Truth
What is worship? What kind of worship pleases God? Is God happier when we sing hymns and recite the creed? Or is he more satisfied by contemporary worship songs and more “off the cuff” affirmations of our faith? Why use music at all? Why not just wave banners and shoot off firecrackers? How do you know when you’re doing it right? Are there certain things that must be included in a worship service? What about drama? Or liturgical dance? Should we kneel? Or is the yoga position okay? Must we be taught to worship God? Or does it just come naturally? Is corporate worship really all that important?
In this study of Christian worship we will try to discover what Scripture has to say about these (and other) questions. If you would like to learn how to experience greater joy and satisfaction in our communal worship services, then join during the winter quarter for the class entitled “Worship in Spirit and Truth.”
We will be using John Frame’s book by that title. The class begins December 10. Class participants will need a copy of the book and will need to have read chapter one for the first class discussion. If you don’t already have a copy of the book, you may order it (link below) or ask us to order a copy for you.
This class will be taught by David Fidati.
Book: Worship in Spirit and Truth by John Frame ISBN-13: 978-0875522425