Sociologist tell us that one of the changes n the social aspects of humans in the last 25 years is an increasing desire to be interactive in social and educational situations. The rise of phone voting on TV shows, for instance, demonstrates the desire for networksto try to retain their audiences being lost to online entertainment by introducing interactive elements.
Worship is already interactive to an extent. We sing and pray together and share at the common table.
But can it be more interactive? If the Fresh Expressions movement tells us anything, the answer to that is yes.
This handbook from The Worship Lab can begin some thinking about how to proceed past an answer of 'yes' to that last question. Coming form the Calvin Institute of Worship as it does gives you some insight into the nature of the slant of the material but actually the thinking there about worship is no different to an Anglican position.