324 results for Music In Worship
Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
This center offers worship resources such as grants, events, online tools for worship planning, and Spanish language resources.
A Field Guide to Contemporary Worship: How to Begin and Lead Band-Based Worship
This book combines theology and practical instruction to start or improve a contemporary worship service.
Worship Design Studio
Woship Design Studio is a web resource by Dr. Marcia McFee, a worship consultant with a background in music, theatre, theology, and liturgy. Here you will find a variety of resources available for turning worship into an integrated and meaningful experience with creative and engaging ideas.
This website, provided the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and Kenny Lamm, who serves as their senior consultant for worship and music, has an active blog that has new posts at least once a week and covers a variety of subjects including worship planning, media, church year, contemporary worship, and song selection.
Protestant Latino Worship Practices Resource Guide
This resource compiles nine articles in English and Spanish that feature interviews with Protestant North American Latino worship leaders, pastors, and musicians.
Church Music Institute
This organization is dedicated to holistically promoting the health of church music in worship by lifting up its importance and providing practical educational experiences for church musicians, clergy, and lay people.
Designing Worship Together: Models and Strategies for Worship Planning
This resource makes the case that collaboration in designing worship has become the preferred norm, and offers steps and templates to help the process of weekly worship planning.
Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI)
This organization provides congregations with legal means for utilizing copyrighted music in worship, including a Church Copyright License which grants access to more than 300,000 songs.
You Call That Church Music?
Annie Strickland is the music and arts director of Grace Episcopal Church in Bainbridge, Washington, and writes a blog for those that desire to follow the Lectionary but are looking for alternatives to traditional music.
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