Pentecostal Worship

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

The structure of Pentecostal worship has been and generally continues to be comprised of three basic units:



Invitation/Altar Service

Within this tripartite structure, spontaneity and informality are the key operatives that flesh out the basic form.

The inclusion, order, and length of preliminaries such as congregational singing, testimonies, manifestations of the Spirit, special music, and prayer (to name a few possibilities) are generally different from church to church...


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