Managing and coaching are not the same thing... which one does your praise team need?
This Resource Guide from the United Church of Christ includes worship resources on mental illness such as sermon ideas, complete sermons, a litany, unison prayers and more.
Here is a prayer I will be using for Friendship Sunday. Please use and share if you'd like!
This three-minute video introduces viewers to the ministry of Christian Reformed Disability Concerns.
You're invited to attend a new adult class, Worshiping Diversely Together, to be held at Madison Square CRC.
Calling all worship leaders! Worship Ministries is offering 3 excellent training opportunities in May. Learn from experienced and respected leaders at no cost. Plus, no travel required as we'll connect via computers!
Jesus is no “rose, trampled on the ground.” This is no victim, “taking the fall” for other criminals. This is sovereign God, laying his life down on our behalf.
Country singer icon and Christian Johnny Cash was a prolific poet. Cash was not a bad theologian either. He bore it all for me...and you...
As we go through Holy Week and celebrate Easter Sunday, I'd love to know: What traditions and/or parts of the week are most meaningful to you?
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship has compiled a list of songs to shape Holy Week.
We love a good story. We love to pray. How about combining Bible stories and our prayers? Paul Ryan and Lester Ruth have developed this into a meaningful practice with youth.
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship invites you to check out our new website that is still in beta testing. We value your feedback!
Here are worship resources and prayers for refugees and immigrants that have been culled from the archives of Reformed Worship.
As I read through sermons by the great Reformer Martin Luther, I got stuck on a sermon from Luke 2:41-52. Was I concluding that Luther preached a good sermon but did not preach the text?
Are you a sound tech? Or are you involved in audio decisions at your church? Here are a couple helpful resources to assist you in your role!
Training for worship musicians is so important. Has anyone tried online training?
Did you know there are "Reading Sermons" available on the CRCNA website? You'll find the link to them below, as well as some other ideas for those times you may find yourself without a preacher.
A searchable collection of complete sermons provided by the “Reading...
Two days after this January’s presidential inauguration, our liturgy included singing this sentence: “I see a generation rising up to take its place with selfless faith.” I suddenly heard my voice go silent.
The Professing Our Faith toolkit offers practical, creative resources for encouraging a culture of commitment in your church, preparing people to profess their faith, planning a welcoming council conversation and more.
We are rethinking our church committee job descriptions. Does anyone have a worship task force job description that works well?
If you are looking for a new church, don’t make up your mind before you even begin. Be open to being surprised about where God will use you—even if the building or worship style looks way different than you imagined.
Children learn through observation, but they learn best through participation! Check out this new tool that offers 10 meaningful ways to involve kids in worship.
Christianity Today recently published an article identifying the top 5 church design trends to look for in the year ahead. I'd love to know, have you seen these trends at your church?
My church has approximately 40 different denominational backgrounds represented. In such a diverse group, the tendency is to go "wide," stripping worship to singing and a message. But what if we opted to go "deep" instead?