It offers an overview of the ways that worship can be a means of pastoral care, such as ways that Sunday worship can extend care to those who attend, but is focused on those acts of worship which begin with a particular pastoral need. Mark Earey provides a toolkit of principles and skills which can be applied across different denominations and Christian traditions, in both formal and informal contexts, and to meet traditional and non-traditional pastoral needs.
Worship that Cares reveals Mark Earey as a skilful and generous teacher. It is a model of how to approach these questions in an increasingly demanding yet frequently ill-informed society, which longs to find meaning in life and the best for their nearest and dearest.
Mark Earey sets out an easily accessible and well developed case, both from a thorough understand of other sources and his practical experience as a parish minister. Clearly an aid to all who wrestle to connect pastoral moments and mission.
Those concerned for the spiritual welfare of their church and neighbourhood will find in this book a map to organise their reflection on liturgical practice and a stimulating vision of the transformative wisdom of ritual. It is that good.
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It is very accessible, though that is in no way to imply that it is not well-researched and bursting with insights into what it is like to be a minister in the modem world. If mission is increasingly about hospitality, particularly in a worshipping context, then this is a most timely contribution in helping us all to understand the context in which liturgy must set out its stall today.
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Pastoral Care in Worship
This one-year programme, conducted by the National Centre for Liturgy , is planned to meet the needs of people for their future or continued work in liturgy at parish, community or diocesan level. The programme is designed to provide a foundational theological and liturgical formation for those who wish to prepare for liturgy-based ministry in parishes e. Undertaken in collaboration with the National Centre for Liturgy, the daily Liturgies of the Centre provide an immediate opportunity and context to practice and explore what is presented in lectures and allied presentations, liturgies, and visits.
This programme provides a foundational theological and liturgical formation for those who wish to prepare for liturgy-based ministry in parishes, e. This modular course is taught through lectures and practical sessions. Tutorial assistance is available to enable students to concentrate on particular aspects of liturgy. The main areas of study include: theology and practice of liturgy; initiation baptism, confirmation, Eucharist ; other sacraments; feasts, seasons and time; liturgical spirituality; human communication in liturgy; music; lay leadership in public worship.
Complementary material includes: The bible in worship; early Christian worship; eastern rites and pastoral care.