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The multi-site movement is young and we have a few entire books directly on the topic here at Duke around the call number BV652. Also for materials on worship, a catalog search on "public worship" may be useful. We've listed a couple titles below but it may be worth browsing to find other resources.

Jewell, John P.
Wired for ministry: how the Internet, visual media, and other new technologies can serve your church
Stacks | BV652.77.J495 2004

Miller, Kim, 1956-
Handbook for multi-sensory worship
Stacks Quarto | BV198 .M55 1999

Stetzer, Ed.
Viral churches : helping church planters become movement
Stacks | BV652.24 .S73 2010

Within the ATLA Religion Database (looking at articles), a helpful search for active worship appears to be "liturgy---participation" and for multi-site churches, "small groups" or "church group work"

Books not at Duke which looked interesting...
Surratt, Geoff & Ligon, Greg & Bird, Warren
The Multi-Site Church Revolution: Being One Church in Many Locations

McConnell, Scott & Stetzer, Ed
Multi-Site Churches: Guidance for the Movement's Next Generation

Surratt, Geoff & Ligon, Greg & Bird, Warren
A Multi-Site Church Roadtrip: Exploring the New Normal

Bird, Warren & Walters, Kristin
Multisite Is Multiplying: Survey Identifies Leading Practices and Confirms New Developments in the Movement's Expansion

Bird, Warren
Extending Your Church to More Than One Place: A Field Report on the Emerging Multi-Site Movement

Thumma, Scott & Bird, Warren
The other 80 percent: turning your church's spectators into active participants

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