Posted by Craig Borlase on 17 May 2013

Perhaps you’re developing a nasty case of Reynaud’s Syndrome or maybe you’re about to be involved in a bizarre accident in a ski mitten factory. But let’s not get sidetracked by the detail. The question is this: could you lead worship without the use of your fingers? 

How would you do it? 

What songs would you choose? 

And how do you think people would react? Is there a chance that something new and good might come of it, or is it, actually, just a rubbish idea?

Your call...

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