This style of Christian worship may be easy to replicate, but one thing can’t be copied”

A minister blogs his experience of visiting a traditional church and an atheist church” on the same Sunday:

Both were attended by a crowd of fashionable-looking young adults, mainly in their twenties and thirties. Although the sizes of the venues differed — HTB was bigger — both were nearly full. The form of the gathering was also very comparable. Both had a variety of notices and announcements, a collection taken during the service’, tea and coffee for those attending, and welcome’ information was available for newcomers. However, the parallels went deeper, too.

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October 30, 2017 · church · culture · city · London · htb · Sunday assembly · premier christianity · Tim bull

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