Signs and Symbols

Believe it or not all Christian worship services fallow a liturgy (from the Greek referring to: thework of the people).  Practically speaking a liturgy is the form andstructure of the service.  It is what people say and do and howpeople respond.

Some churches incorporate and combine ancient and new elements of worship.  Why are they done?  What dothey mean?

Follow the link for a great guide by Bp. David Epps discussing what all the stuff means in churches referred to as “liturgical”–in this case a Charismatic, Evangelical and Liturgical church.



About padredavidfell

Priest in the ICCEC. Retired Army Chaplain
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One Response to Signs and Symbols

  1. John Erickson says:

    Thanks for the great link, Padre.

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