W 231 How to Use Words Well: Key Skills for Worship Leaders (2017)


Leading worship is sometimes thought of as simply knowing what is coming next and linking things together—but the words that we use in greeting, engaging and introducing the congregation to different elements is of crucial importance.

This study is born of many years’ experience leading worship and teaching others how to do so. It brings clarity, insight (and not a little humour) and will be an invaluable guide to both new and experienced leaders of worship.

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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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