An ecumenical team of scholars provide a historical overview of how worship developed in four major Christian traditions: Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, churches of the Reformation, and evangelicalism/Pentecostalism.This volume brings together an ecumenical team of scholars to offer a historical overview of how worship developed. The book first orients readers to the common core elements the global church shares in the history and development of worship theology and historical practice. It then introduces the major streams of worship practice: Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant, including Reformation traditions, evangelicalism, and Pentecostalism. The book includes introductions by John Witvliet and Nicholas Wolterstorff. A previous volume addressed the theological foundations of worship.