The purpose of this book is to blend the complexly intricate values of the orthodox and unorthodox learning methods, specifically experiential learning through ministry and academic scholarship. Among the desired outcomes, is that the reader will, at the completion of this work, have greater comprehension of the how, what, why, where, when of worship of ADONAI as these relate to Protestant Christianity, as well as a brief introduction of other authors who have contributed to the subject. The vineyard of my life has slowly developed the intricately diverse art form of being a connoisseur of divine worship. This book has brought strength and clarity to the lifetime challenges and many long seasons of researching the etymology of worship. This writing houses a small percentage of the last fifteen years, yet hopefully enough to provide the reader a glimpse, a genuine taste of Christian worship through a myriad of atypical languages such as colors, symbols, numbers and movements. It is parable to the blending, crossing and hybrid possibilities in the art of wine making.