Better Get It in Your Soul: What Liturgists Can Learn from Jazz
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Better Get It in Your Soul: What Liturgists Can Learn from Jazz  -     By: Stephen Rush, Reid Hamilton
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Title: Better Get It in Your Soul: What Liturgists Can Learn from Jazz
By: Stephen Rush, Reid Hamilton
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 150
Vendor: Church Publishing Inc.
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 11.00 X 8.50 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 2 ounces
ISBN: 0898695740
ISBN-13: 9780898695748
Stock No: WW9574X

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This book offers hope to the parish that is searching for a way to make their liturgies more meaningful in the local context. Written by a priest and musician who have worked together for many years in the Canterbury House ministry at the University of Michigan, the methods described here demonstrate a respect for others' gifts and skills, discernment of the spiritual needs of the community, and actively welcoming the creative force of the Holy Spirit to work even in the planning process. Based on the liturgical format of the Book of Common Prayer, Hamilton and Rush nevertheless outline their experience and ideas in ways that will be useful to all liturgical denominations.

Author Bio

Stephen Rush is professor of music at the University of Michigan, and has been the music director at Canterbury House for ten years. He lives in Dexter, Michigan. Reid Hamilton is an experienced church musician and liturgist, and has spent his eight years in ordained ministry working and advocating for context-based liturgy and for campus ministry. He is the chaplain at Canterbury House, University of Michigan. He lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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