VIDEO: How to Lead Online Worship Without Losing Your Soul
Shifting to online worship means rethinking Biblical presence.
David O. Taylor
How do we worship as a church in the age of social distancing?
The shift from the in-person experience of worship to online worship involves rethinking what Biblical presence means. It is also an opportunity for our worship to be far more public than it has been in the past.
This session covers how to lead online worship without losing your soul. Speaking on the topic of the church’s creative and vulnerable witness to God's grace, Rev. Dr. Taylor offers encouragement for church leaders to accept this crisis as an invitation to be creative—as a gift, not a burden.
This video is part of the COVID-19 Church Online Summit presented by the Humanitarian Disaster Institute at Wheaton College and the National Association of Evangelicals.
W. David O. Taylor (ThD, Duke Divinity School) is assistant professor of theology and culture at Fuller Theological Seminary and director of Brehm Texas, Fuller’s regional campus based in Houston. An ordained Anglican minister, he is the editor of For the Beauty of the Church: Casting a Vision for the Arts. Taylor previously served as a pastor at Hope Chapel in Austin, Texas, where he supervised an arts ministry and the adult education program in addition to serving on the preaching team. Follow Rev. Dr. Taylor on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/wdavidotaylor.