Tony Cummings spoke to the American modern worship pioneer PAUL BALOCHE
Worship with a liturgical flavour is now something Paul, Rita and their son and daughter are regularly experiencing at Trinity Grace Church in New York which they all attend. Paul said, "I don't know if I'd go so far as to call it an Anglican church but it has almost that sort of modern Anglican approach; there's a call to worship, there's liturgy and yet within that structure there's a communion, there's the confession of faith, but within that structure there's a bit more contemporary worship, guitar-driven with a few orchestral instruments. I love it, it's been really refreshing. I've had 25 years of rock, guitar, bass non-denominational evangelical worship expression. I still love and enjoy it. However, I'm enjoying seeing what the next generation, this particular group of 20, 30 somethings like the hymns, and some modern songs, but there's still a reverence and a solemnity and a traditional feel to the service."