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Lent and Worship; What works for YOU?
Topic Started: Feb 16 2015, 09:56 PM (641 Views)
DeanZF
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Greetings to all. It's been a while since I posted here, in my own favorite forum, but a friend asked a question that could use some exploration.

For liturgical types, it really might matter and could provoke a stir, depending on your congregational culture. Some liturgicals see their services as needing to be supremely somber and sober, and some see Lenten services somehow need to be even more somber and sober! Some are perfectly fine with whatever tempos and moods come along. Where are YOU in that range?

I'll reserve my thoughts for a few days until I get some comments or until it's time. :crooner:
Blessings!

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