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Re-traditioned Mainline Protestant Churches

Spiritual hunger and cultural restlessness are changing mainline Protestant church attendees. Some churches are responding by “re-traditioning:” re-appropriating denominational and historic Christian forms of faith and practice and investing them with new meaning. Such churches tend to be neither liberal nor conservative, but intentional about discovering what God is calling them to do, and about responding through prayer and practice. To learn more about this practice of congregational re-traditioning, read this interview with Diana Butler Bass.

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