Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, 2006 - 199 pagine
This book is designed as an introductory resource for the study of liturgy at level one in theological colleges and university courses, and will also be of use to local preachers, readers, local ministry teams and clergy wanting to look afresh at liturgy as they employ the recently revised rites of their tradition.
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Shaping Christian Worship
Space and Symbol
Music and Song
Time for Worship
Sources and Acknowledgements
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