Poll: What is the Most Important Element of Corporate Worship for you Personally?

Over the past few days, hundreds of people have read and commented on our post “Does God Care How We Worship?”  As a follow-up to that post, we have created an online poll asking the question:  “What is the Most Important Element of Corporate Worship for you Personally?”   We hope you will take the time to vote.  We will reveal the results in two weeks.  About the poll:  We understand that we are asking you to make a choice that in the real world you may not have to make.   However, for the sake of the poll, we want you to vote for the one thing you just cannot live without in a CORPORATE worship setting.  Feel free to comment, or to add an element that is not on the poll.  Following Him together,     Jim       

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Posted on November 29, 2010, in Christianity, The Christian Life, Worship and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. In the absence of good sound Biblical teaching, I would rather hear the Word of God read.

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  2. 0% worship????? 57% the sermon and the 14% each for communion scripture reading and other??

    these answers are highly suspect to say the least. With all of the whining that I have heard over the last several decades about how the “worship” did not minister to people (meaning the singing), and with the throngs of folks that I have known personally that have left churches because they did not like that music, I find it hard to believe that folks are answering this honestly.

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    • Little “D”,

      The voter who voted “other” left a note that only I can see which said he/she liked everything. So far I am surprised as well. Each perosn can only vote once, so let’s see how it ends up.

      Now, since singing is still 0% after your comment, then you must have not voted or voted another way. The plot thickens….lol

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