This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to a societal challenge that both affects and is affected by the church in multi-racial, multi-cultural, and otherwise pluralistic communities. In certain contexts, around the world there are pertinent examples of the struggles that come with learning to live together in the midst of diversity and plurality, such as the post-apartheid Republic of South Africa. However, these (more often than not racial and cultural) struggles could be eased by developing worship services that are more relevant and inclusive. This, in turn, should instil a sense of belief and a way of inclusive thinking, culminating in more inclusive living. The approach developed in this book stems from the aphorism lex orandi, lex credendi, lex (con)vivendi--or "as we pray, so we believe, so we live (together)."