Reformedworship.net keeps and offers resources for worship to English speaking Presbyterian and Reformed congregations.
One key purpose of the site is to encourage God-centered worship, in contrast to worship focused on the congregation’s need for entertainment, therapy, or coaching. A principle Nicholas Wolterstorff puts succinctly guides the selection: “In the presence of God, it is foolish to chatter.” Among other things this means good morning does not appear on the page of opening sentences.
If you have worship elements to offer, or essays on Reformed worship you would like to submit for essay and discussion pages to be added if there is interest, send an email with your contribution or a description of it to email@example.com
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