Why Do Different Worship Services Seem to Have Different Levels of Energy?

March 6, 2020
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Churches with different types of worship services have probably felt the difference. Music, attendance, and personalities are big factors in creating energy within a worship service. In today’s episode, Thom and Sam evaluate several reasons why services may differ in levels of energy.

Highlights:

  • Yes, music is a factor.
  • Total attendance is a factor.
  • Seating can dramatically affect energy.
  • Time of day is sometimes a factor.
  • Probably the personalities of the people can be a major factor.

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