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Worship must be wholehearted and include everything that we are and all of the senses can be involved in worship as we can see in many examples from both the history of the Christian church and contemporary practice.
Today there seems to be a growing understanding that church life and worship need to connect to the culture where the church community assembles and so, because cultures differ, the expression of worship will differ from location to location. This diversity is something to rejoice in and to expect and will be, somehow, represented in the heavenly worship where the gathered assembly will be from ‘every nation, tribe and tongue’.
‘Bless the Lord, O my soul; and all that is within me praise his holy name.’
*(from Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral)