LITURGY (lit·ur·gy) /ˈlidərjē/
1. A form or formulary according to which public religious worship, especially Christian worship, is conducted.
2. The order and structure of a formal church service
synonyms: ritual, worship, service, ceremony, rite, observance, celebration, ordinance, office, sacrament
Here's a follow-up to our previous post earlier this year on this subject ("Why the Liturgy?"), which stirred-up quite a bit of conversation within the congregation.
This article by Lutheran Pastor Matthew Richard takes another look at the Liturgy, the structure of worship used by "High" church bodies (Catholics, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, etc.) all the world over.
What is so important about adhering to this centuries-old structure? What does it do for (to?) us, how does it help, is worship different WITH liturgy than without?
Follow the link to find out!
LINK: "Eight Reasons Why We Love The Historic Liturgy"