W 227 Evaluating Worship: How Do We Know it is Any Good?


When we ask the question ‘Was the worship good?’ we can answer it in many ways. Was the doctrine sound? Was it done well? Did it fit the context? Was it in continuity with the past? Did it enable encounter with God?

In this outstanding guide, Mark Earey unearths the assumptions we all make about worship, explores the different ways worship can be evaluated, and shows why this process is so important when it is done well.

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Author: Mark Earey

Mark Earey has been teaching liturgy to Anglican and Methodist ministerial students (and a lot of other people too) at The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham for the last nine years. Previously he was Team Rector of Morley, West Yorkshire, and National Education Officer for Praxis

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