Enabling praise and worship



The Church of Scotland sits within the Reformed tradition and this is especially noticeable, still, in its form of worship. At the same time the Kirk is diverse in almost all ways: geographically, socially, theologically and culturally. This means the range of worship offered is wide across the denomination, though in many places looks and feels familiar.

These resources stimulate some reflection on the purposes of worship and the place of Reformed perspectives in enabling praise and worship today.

Perspectives on Reformed worship

This introductory piece offers a view on the genius of Reformed liturgy.

If there is a danger that traditionalism suffocates the essence of worship, this piece encourages a more contemporary approach within Reformed worship.

This piece describes the general elements of Reformed worship liturgies.

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