Posted by WeAreWorship USA on 10 June 2014

Is twenty minutes your limit, or are you only just getting warmed up when the first hour passes? Perhaps you long for the good old days when the songs came in single servings, interspersed among the other elements of the service, or do you want to do away with the sermon altogether? Whatever your background, here’s our Friday Pickle:

 

how much worship is too much worship?

 

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