Pastor Peters serves Grace Lutheran Church in Clarksville, TN. There aren't a lot of Lutheran churches there, much less liturgical ones. Yet he writes about using the liturgy in a growing church that gets 3-8 visiting families every week. He tackles issues surrounding the Divine Service and its use with visitors for whom the liturgy is foreign.
He frames this around a discussion centered on worship for "seekers" vs. worship for the baptized.
Here is a sample...
This remains the biggest chasm between those who advocate a service that appeals to people's wants, needs, and culture, and those who insist that worship must conform the historic pattern of Word and Meal (within the framework of the mass form, with is Service of the Word and Service of the Sacrament). The debate is not about the age or youth of the hymns (read that songs). It is not about whether the confession can be here or somewhere else in the order. It is not about the words being "King James" or twitter speak. It is not about the use or lack of technology. It is not about vestments or lack of vestments. It is first and foremost about the basic question: Who can worship?
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