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Taking compline to the streets

Two seminarians took compline to the streets on Monday night during Lent in Berkeley. Maggie Foster and Spencer Hatcher, both first-year students at Church Divinity

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Singing the Lord’s Song

by Donald Schell What is it we’re really doing together in church? Actually what do we think we’re doing together in any human community or

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Rituals of sincerety

When Chris Haw, now a Roman Catholic, looks back on his days as a worship leader at one branch of a famous mega-church, he learns that there is ritual implicit in pious non-ritualism. More important, done well liturgy works in a way that does not need to be forced.

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