12 Post-Pandemic Worship Service Questions

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  • If worship should be participative instead of passive, then how can we encourage and measure both virtual and gathered worship participation?
  • Intergenerational worship occurred spontaneously when we worshiped from home. How do we leverage what happened at home to continue intergenerational worship at church?
  • Since prayer is foundational to worship, how do we keep people from checking out during service prayer times when worshiping virtually.
  • Worship actions that seem natural in gathered worship often feel contrived or conspicuous from home. How do we help virtual worshipers to feel more comfortable participating in those worship actions?
  • The season of completely virtual worship caused us to revert back to a few leading while the rest of us watched. So, how can we involve virtual and gathered worshipers as more than bystanders?
  • Is there a biblical and practical way to observe Communion both physically and virtually?
  • How can we emphasize the offering as a sacred action of worship if most gifts are now given electronically?
  • Worship distractions can be managed easier in gathered worship than virtual worship. So, how can we help virtual participants manage those distractions?
  • Worship space elements such as icons, art, colors, and lights can contribute symbolically to our physical worship. Is there also a way they can contribute symbolically virtually?
  • Is it possible for virtual guests to feel welcomed as a part of this gathered body of Christ when they have no physical connection to it?
  • Most churches realized that it was necessary for online worship to be simpler and less contrived, so how do we keep from falling back into our previous practices of over-innovating and over-stimulating in gathered and virtual worship in the future?
  • Some of those previous worship service elements we thought we couldn’t live without, we did. So, how do we determine what we should or shouldn’t reintegrate again in the future?
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