3 Insights the Wesleyan Movement Offers Contemporary Worship

In this video, watch Matt Sigler summarize 3 key insights that the Wesleyan movement offers to contemporary worship. They include rootedness, personal, and sanctifying elements.

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  1. Hi Matt, you got me interested in this topic. I wonder if you could provide me some book titles or article titles, either by Wesley or others, so that i could know more about worship in the Wesley tradition. Thanks!

    • Luke,
      I recently wrote a in a bit more detail on some of what I touch on in this video. These three posts may be helpful:
      -http://wesleyanaccent.seedbed.com/2014/07/17/matthew-sigler-knowing-look-methodist-liturgical-heritage/
      -http://wesleyanaccent.seedbed.com/2014/09/11/matt-sigler/
      -http://wesleyanaccent.seedbed.com/2014/09/24/matt-sigler-2/
      If you’re looking for books, check out American Methodist Worship by Karen B. Westerfield Tucker (Oxford University Press) and A Little Heaven Below by Lester Ruth (Kingswood).
      Hope this helps!

      • EXCELLENT reading. Thanks for the insight. I am new to leading worship in Methodism. I have a broad based academic MM in church music, but have been leading worship in the Baptist church. I’m enjoying the transition.

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