A green list. A yellow list. They measure the theology, language and sing-ability of CCLI’s most popular songs.
Clark Retirement Community in Grand Rapids is using music to engage more than 100 residents.
Joe Kye, self-proclaimed “immigrant musician,” plays his violin to celebrate diversity.
A mother remembered for her love of God, family and music.
A cutting-edge hymnal? Seems like a contradiction in terms. But General Conference could make it happen. SAM HODGES United Methodist News Service If the 2016 General Conference approves, The United Methodist Church will start on a five-year path toward a new hymnal that is Internet cloud-based and printed on demand, with each congregation able to
Nashville, July 30—The United Methodist Publishing House and Discipleship Ministries (the General Board of Discipleship) announce that their respective boards have endorsed legislation to be submitted to the 2016 General Conference of The United Methodist Church that, if approved, would begin the process of developing a new official hymnal and provide for ongoing revision of