If you spend time at any of our worship leader meetings or planning meetings, you’ll likely hear the term “liturgy” tossed around during our conversations. It’s a pretty important part of what we do at our services, because it is what we do during our services.
The word itself is the combination of two Greek terms, but the most common translation used is “work of the people.” You didn’t ask for any of that, but it’s free, so take it for what it is, because it’s important. It’s important because, essentially, when we gather together as a congregation on the weekends, we have work to do. A liturgy should walk us through the story of the Gospel and allow to sing, celebrate, and be shaped by the Gospel.