The historic Christian understanding and practice of worship will provide forms through which a committed personal faith in Jesus Christ will find greater depth and meaning. These forms . . . [include]: (1) the restitution of the historic shape of worship; (2) the restitution of the Lord’s Supper as a source of spiritual nourishment; and (3) the restoration of the Christian concept of time, especially as it relates to the restitution of the church year.
-Robert Webber, Common Roots: The Original Call to an Ancient-Future Faith (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2009), 125.