This book attempts to answer the question 'What makes really good worship?' by examining the chief components of worship, that engages, inspires and transforms. It recalls us to the wonder of worship, and reminds us that when the people of God gather, we come to the very gate of heaven, touching the eternal mystery.
RICHARD GILES is the bestselling author of numerous books on liturgy, worship and the design of church buildings. Recently retired, he now lives in Tynemouth.
'What is exciting here, is Giles' insistence that worship should be exciting, expectant, engaging. We should never take it for granted - never find it dull ... as in worship itself, it is the passion and commitment of the book which is good.'
'... a very easy to read and useful text that neatly covers all aspects of worship. I would highly recommend this book to all Readers as it's full of excellent ideas, and all conveyed with such enthusiasm that it can't help but be infectious. A good book to have handy on the bookshelf to dip into when looking for ideas and/or inspiration for worship ... .'