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Matthew Kaemingk and Cory B. Willson on Work and Worship
Many of us feel guilty for thinking about work during gathered worship. We don’t see a connection between what we do in worship and what we do at work. But a new book on work and worship describes biblical worship practices that help workers reclaim their place in the priesthood of all believers.
Conversation | December 03, 2020
Work and Worship: Reconnecting Our Labor and Liturgy
We warmly encourage you to engage the book chapter content by posting your insights and wisdom on this page and to read and reflect on the responses posted by others. We look forward to being a global learning community.
Book Excerpt | December 02, 2020
A Fresh Look at Designing Worship for Workers
There is a deep division between worship and work in the modern world. What can worship leaders do about it? Join this conversation.
Video | October 28, 2020
Muslim Immigration, Christian Fear, and the Worship Leader
2019 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Workshop
Audio | April 03, 2019
Designing Worship from the Bottom Up: Practical Ethnographic Tools for Worship Leaders
The “Faith and Work” movement has become popular in many churches in North America in recent years. Many have sought to bridge the gap between Sunday worship and Monday work by showing how Christian liturgy and theology affect how we approach our weekday work. But our weekday work also affects how we inhabit Sunday worship in profound ways, and those who lead and craft liturgies do well to be attentive to this reality.
Video | March 07, 2017
A Roundtable on Connecting Sunday’s Worship to Monday’s Work
Six pastors and scholars share ideas to help congregations authentically practice God’s vision of shalom in worship and at work.
Conversation | August 23, 2016
Connecting Sunday's Worship to Monday's Work
“Faith and Work” has recently become a major theme of Christian renewal in congregations across North America and beyond.
Video | April 18, 2016
Worship and Citizenship in an Age of Divisive Politics
One of our callings as Christians is to live as resourceful and redemptive citizens of the countries in which we live—a vexing challenge in an age of political division in so many countries around the world represented at the Symposium.
Video | April 04, 2016