A green list. A yellow list. They measure the theology, language and sing-ability of CCLI’s most popular songs.
Timing reset for the next official United Methodist collection of hymns, prayers, and liturgical resources.
The Rev. Anna Moon, TroyHope Ministry, finds ways to make harmony on the Hymnal Committee.
Announcements in worship. A list so long it hurts. Glazed expressions. Here’s an alternative.
Liturgy Boxes used in the pew can deepen and enhance a family worship experience.
Will new material be included in the next United Methodist Hymnal? YES!
Pastor Scott Chrostek counsels congregation to give millennials some freedom and space.
Vital worship involves a clear understanding of the theological purpose of worship and the congregation’s cultural context.
Singing in church creates better worship, a greater sense of community, and improves health.
The pastor shares how a church claimed their “congregational DNA.”