Insight 314: FaithSoaring Churches Use Variety as Intentional Strategy

Congregations seeking to transform place some variety into worship and other aspects of congregational life. While there can be some security in liturgy that is known and sure, variety of forms and styles and voices often allow the congregation to hear old things in new ways and new things in new ways.

Doing things the same creates a pattern of going through the motions. Variety causes people to pay attention. In the midst of variety it can form the opportunity to speak to us in a way that we hear a message we have been needing to hear for a long time.

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Kyndra Bremer