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Of course, this is hardly a new question. I know that many worship leaders find the single greatest aspect of going to a national or regional conference for worship leaders comes in the times of intentional community worship. Some of this might be the impact of have so many gifted musicians singing together at once. But, other things seem just as often to be central.
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"The service didn't seem overly programmed."
"There was minimal use of technology and stage lighting."
"It felt slower. But, at the same time, it felt more intensely engaging."
"There was some liturgy. I know a lot people at my church would be turned off, but, since I do contemporary all the time, I found it to be very meaningful."
If you are a worship leader or church leader (again, by whatever title), then I would like to hear from you.
Do you have any kind of regular fellowship with ministers in similar roles in other church in your area? If you do, is this something you have ever talked about? Any insights from that?
If you could slip away one Sunday and go to another worship service just to deepen your own experience of worship, what kind of worship service would you be hoping to find?
What do you think might be the biggest challenge to your own personal worship of God that you face in your life and ministry?