Art of Tentmaking
Making Space for Worship
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Publisher: Canterbury Press Norwich
In The Art of Tentmaking an illustrious line up of international contributors from Anglican, Roman Catholic, Methodist and Lutheran traditions, share their insights on essential aspects of liturgy and liturgical renewal including: * Paul Bradshaw on the history of Christian worship * Rosalind Brown on participation and the priesthood of all believers * Stephen Cottrell on sacramental spirituality * Steven Croft on simplicity in the liturgy * Carol Doran on the renewal of church music * Martyn Percy on openness and inclusivity * and many more. This book will appeal to all who practice presidency in Christian worship, and have responsibilities for shaping Christian assembly: architects, artists, musicians, as well as clergy and all with focal roles.
'A collection of essays honouring the work of Richard Giles [who] is an Anglican priest who studied architecture as a student who has done much by his writing and ministry to show how church buildings can be ordered as centres of worship and community life ... Highly recommended.' 20120715
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