Monthly Archives: March 2011

a worship service about contemporary worship

Last Sunday, we had Dana Decker visiting us from Los Angeles. Dana is the contemporary worship associate at First Unitarian Universalist in San Diego, a studio and touring musician, and a songwriter. I linked to his CD of UU-oriented worship … Continue reading

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participatory worship

One of the main differences between “contemporary style” worship and “traditional style” worship is the level of participation that’s encouraged. It’s easier to do with a group of, say, 40 people, than 2000, but even mega-churches have people dancing and … Continue reading

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