If worship is God-centered, and God is the Trinity, then worship should be Trinity-centered.
Worshipping Trinity explores the meaning and implications of this simple claim. In recent years, theologians of all traditions have begun to re-emphasise that since God is revealed as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the true focus of Christian life and thought needs to be on God-as-Trinity. However, this theological understanding is not always reflected in the worshipping life of Christian communities. In its first edition, Robin Parry's book has already proved itself an invaluable resource for bridging this gap.
Written for church leaders, worship leaders, and songwriters, as well as for those interested in theology, Worshipping Trinity explains why the Trinity matters so much and explores practical ways in which Christian worship can be made more Trinitarian. This second edition is fully updated and expanded.