Where the hymnal stops

A green list. A yellow list. They measure the theology, language and sing-ability of CCLI’s most popular songs. 

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Hymnal timeline stretches to 2024

Timing reset for the next official United Methodist collection of hymns, prayers, and liturgical resources.

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Unbounded praise

The Rev. Anna Moon, TroyHope Ministry, finds ways to make harmony on the Hymnal Committee.

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Give fun video announcements a try in worship

Announcements in worship. A list so long it hurts. Glazed expressions. Here’s an alternative.

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Equip families for worship

Liturgy Boxes used in the pew can deepen and enhance a family worship experience.

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Submit your music for new hymnal

Will new material be included in the next United Methodist Hymnal? YES!

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Avoid an over-eager welcome

Pastor Scott Chrostek counsels congregation to give millennials some freedom and space.

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Worship is no ‘silver bullet’

Vital worship involves a clear understanding of the theological purpose of worship and the congregation’s cultural context.

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Doing good through music

Singing in church creates better worship, a greater sense of community, and improves health.

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Choosing ‘bold over cool’

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The pastor shares how a church claimed their “congregational DNA.”

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