We worship with some liturgy, a Greek word that means “the work of the people”: this work is responsive, participatory, and teaching.  The words and music of liturgy become a part of us, as we take them in and live with them week after week.  They work their way into our lives and souls, and draw us close to God.

We love music; as Martin Luther (a great Reformer) said, “He (sic) who sings prays twice.”

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