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Lectionary Worship Workbook

Wayne H. Keller

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ISBN 10: 1556732546 / ISBN 13: 9781556732546
Published by CSS Publishing Company, 1990
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Title: Lectionary Worship Workbook

Publisher: CSS Publishing Company

Publication Date: 1990

Book Condition: Good

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Worship ought to be the exclamation point of Christian experience. Given the regularity with which it is shared, however, and the sameness which its practice inevitably takes, fresh approaches are a constant need.

This planning resource addresses the need for new ideas in a familiar setting. Wayne Keller has provided a parade of creative alternatives to liturgy, music, preaching and prayer.

Based on the liturgical worship days on the Cycle B lectionary calendar, these resources can enrich worship in congregations whether liturgical or free. A pastor and worship planning team can use the material every week or choose to use it sparingly. A helpful worship planner page follows each Sunday's resources.

A hands-on appendix by Warren S. Satterlee, II offers practical help for the creation of worship banners for the congregation.

Wayne H. Keller is pastor of Trinity United Presbyterian Church, Sedro Wolley, Washington. He has throughout his parish ministry self-consciously endeavored to make the worship experience a lively and meaningful event. He indicated that his teenage son never reported to have been bored at worship when his father was presiding. Wayne Keller is also a regular contributing columnist for Rite Ideas, a monthly worship resource letter published by CSS Publishing Company.

Warren S. Satterlee is an active member of Saint Barnabas United Methodist Church, Arlington, Texas. His art work has recently included custom designing, banner and visual fabrication, and symbol interpretation. He is a graduate student at Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth, Texas, and is working on the requirements for a master of theological studies degree.

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