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Copyright 1967, Westminster Press, 187 pages. From the book jacket:
This practical guide examines the nature, purpose, and practice of Christian worship in terms of problems and opportunities presented to the church's whole educational task.
As Dr. Cully says, "Christian worship does not depend on verbalization alone, but is entered through materials (bread, the giving of money), sight (the architecture of the building and its furnishings), action (standing, sitting), the rhythm of the order of service, and the cycle of the church year. Participation in common worship can strength Christians for the decisions of everyday life in which they indicate by their actions who they are."
Here she examines these contents of worship in fine detail.