#ReimagineCHURCH...Seven Components of Sunday Worship Services

by Phil Miglioratti @ The Reimagine.Network


  • Mini-Course: A set of articles/templates to help you #CoachYourTeam #ShareWIthLeaders (see below)


  • Reengage your Sunday audience by
  • Rethinking form and function and focus with a simple
  • Review to Renew, not what you believe (doctrine) but how you
  • Communicate to connect your members to the One who is the way-truth-life...
  • Printable Your Voice Maters Worksheet
​Invite people into the presence of God with a declarative ​S​cripture, a blessing, a prayer​, a song they stand to in silece​

Worship with praise, song, scripture, visuals​...​

​Change ​“Announcement​-Time​“ ​to "Spot Light" ​of ​one (or a select few) ministry activities and options which people can invest their time, talent and treasure in…​ Remind them to place their ti​th​es​ and offerings​ in a gift basket ​when the service is over ​and they go back into the world to serve.

​Proclaim the word of God​. Depending on the message and flavor of the biblical passage​, unpack ​the ​​Scripture​ as a teacher, preacher, evangelist, prophet, or counselor. Select the best suited format: lecture, sermon, seminar​; standing or seated...

The ​C​hurch is a ​H​ouse of Prayer​. Encourage participation by praying. Silently. Two or three. Recitation. Response to a prayer or a series of prayers from assigned prayer prompters....

Give people an opportunity to think ​out loud ​and ​hear ​others think​. Facilitate small group interaction. Ask Individuals to text the​ir​ response that will be read and commented upon​ by the speaker/facilitator...

Provide at least one way in which the Scripture focus can be applied during the next week.​ Inform you will be contacting the membership (by texting or emailing or Facebook)​ for their feedback and further discussion...
A Mini-Course to #CoachYourTeam / #ShareWithLeaders


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