Relating to real-life situations within the experimental Community of Christ the Servant in Chicago's western suburbs, Pastor Lundin offers options for parish openness which call for sensitivity to risk, human vulnerability, and the careful building of a "therapeutic community." Real people are thus summoned to be the church in creative ways and a plea for parish renewal is sounded which allows for current vitality based on deep biblical roots. History and tradition are thus shown to be present and vital forces for today's parish. Jack W. Lundin is pastor of the Community of Christ the Servant in Lombard, Illinois. Among his published books are Little Liturgies for the Christian Family, Celebrations for Special Days and Occasions, Liturgies for Life, and Seder.
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