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Dinner Church or Meal Church?

Our church is thinking of starting a once monthly service where we eat a meal together, including communion, and also have our worship service. Any of you doing that?

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Worship Roundtable

Four busy worship leaders discuss the challenges and advantages of their ministry jobs during the holiday seasons. How can we balance it all in a healthy way?

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The Sounds of the Worship

Worship in multiple languages can unite, not divide, us when we appreciate the beauty of the expression of the sounds of our faith in one God.

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Christmas Isn't Over

Isn’t it strange that while society is so eager to begin celebrating Christmas, it is equally quick to drop it like a hot potato?

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Jesus at the Sleazy Diner

To my great surprise, the musical food was more nourishing than the physical food. And I wondered if that Flint diner had some things in common with that stable in Bethlehem.

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Lift Up Your Hearts Accompaniment?

In the past we have used the accompaniments that came with the grey Psalter Hymnal for band instruments for special occasions. Does anyone know if there is anything similar for the Lift Up Your Hearts songbook?

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Singing Broken Hallelujahs

Too many times people think that Christianity is all happy-clappy being blessed (especially by other Christians). But that is far from the truth. And thus we sing, with tears in our eyes, broken hallelujahs. 

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National Gathering 2019 - Gearing Up!

I am greatly encouraged, inspired and delighted by God’s people in the CRC and I believe that I should pass on that encouragement to you all as well. God is moving and it is amazing!  Although the worshiping style of each community varies, as does the perspective on how to “do church,” I have found in the Catechism’s first Question and Answer a common thread that binds us all together.  

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