W 236 Worship in a Multi-Ethnic Society (2018)


One of the most striking descriptions of the people of God in the New Testament is that they are from ‘every tribe, language, people and nation’—and yet there is an almost complete lack of provision and practice in the area of actual multi-ethnic worship. 

This insightful study looks at the issues involved, and offers a range of resources and solutions to the challenges of conducting multi-ethnic worship in the local church. This neglected practice surely now needs remedying.

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Author: John Root

John Root has ministered in different areas of multi-ethnic London for almost fifty years. His wife is of Malaysian and Hindu background; they have an adult son. He blogs at ‘A Journey without Maps: Exploring the Church’s Ministry in a Multi-Ethnic Society.’ Liverpool F C and Bob Dylan are other preoccupations.

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