In This Issue: Liturgy 37, no. 1 (2022)

Liturgy is the journal of The Liturgical Conference, an ongoing movement within the ecumenical church founded in 1940. It advocates for the renewal of liturgy, supports the formation of liturgical people, and seeks the unity of the Body of Christ, for the life of the world.

Introduction: Global and Local Issues in Liturgy
Swee Hong Lim

Unmute Yourself: Revealing Rituals
Todd E. Johnson

Liturgy of Jerusalem from the Fourth to Fifth Centuries
Aziz Halaweh

The Hidden Diaspora of Mainline and Evangelical Adoption of Contemporary Worship
Lester Ruth

The Eucharist and Congregational Song: Lifting Our Hearts (and Voices) to the Lord!
Oliver Dingwell

Movements toward Multicultural Worship during a Pandemic
Karen Campbell

Liturgical Inculturation and Popular Protestantism in Argentina: The Musicking and Rituals of the Evangelistic Crusades of Carlos Annacondia
María Eugenia Cornou

Ongoing Liturgical Contextualization: A Discussion of Liturgical Contextualization Illustrated through Duan Wu Festival (端午節) in Taiwan
Ching-Yu Huang

Reshaping Liturgy in Postcolonial Indonesia
Ester Pudjo Widiasih & Rasid Rachman

Toward a Distinct Identity: The Caribbean Moravian Praise Liturgy Book
Mikie Roberts

Singing in a Strange Land: Echoes of the Singing Tradition of Migrant Mineworkers of the Copperbelt in Zambia
Kuzipa Nalwamba



, , ,




Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *