Flashcards in Congregational Worship Deck (16):
What does Kerygma mean
What does Koinonia mean?
What does Leitourgia mean?
To serve (minister or worship)
Quote from Chuck Smith concerning Koinonia
"The more people participate, the more likely a part of them will open up to God."
Out of all three, Leitourgia is ______
The most comprehensive and climatic. It is "the summit toward which the activity of the church is directed." Leitourgia includes both Kerygma and Koinonia. Not limited to Sunday worship service.
KERGYMA done to the people KOINONIA done for the people and LEITOURGIA.....
Response by the people to God
Who sees worship usually as a response in which they honor and praise God?
Who sees worship often as a personal, experimental encounter in which they come vulnerably into his presence?
In our culture, what genre in worship is flourishing, and what genre is dying?
Choruses are flourishing and hymns are dying.
Although choruses in worship are great, and have many benefits, what's the danger in not including other genres, such as hymns?
Choruses have limitations Choruses excel at expressing celebration and intimacy but, in general lacks intellectual rigor and fail to offer a mature exposition of the broad range of biblical doctrines.
Is it important to seek balance with the genres of the church?
What genre is ancient, or modern, and is a metrical poem with multiple stanzas, often without refrain?
What genre usually has multiple stanzas plus a memorable refrain?
What genre is a mini poem consisting of a refrain, but usually without stanzas or with only one stanza?
Hymns often tell us _____
About God and His Works and are usually sung in the first person plural.