Worship planning folks share how they are preparing for worship challenges in these challenging times.
On November 7, Shawnee Park in Grand Rapids, MI, held a late afternoon worship service to grieve the many deaths and losses in the past 18 months.
Encouragement for churches to think more deeply about worship as we move through various phases of this pandemic.
Finding it challenging to come up with ways to include children? Here are some ideas to help.
If your congregation is gathering online for worship and you're looking for ways to include children, use these ideas for inspiration.
Your church may not have video recording or streaming capability, but there are some simple solutions for sharing Sunday's sermon during this time when worship services are suspended.
Every good soccer or basketball team does drills to practice basic skills. What kinds of drills or scales would be most fitting for worship planners and leaders?
Funerals, like weddings, are family matters. So says, the church order. But it is never so simple. Families are part of communities. We come together, usually in church, to remember a person and comfort each other in the light of the good news of Christ...
There is, in a church we've been attending, a fairly significant chunk of history in the pew, two versions of the denomination's Psalter Hymnal. Still, yesterday, when we sang "The Old Rugged Cross," a hymn that must rank among the most popular of the 20th century, the pastor had to import it into the bulletin because neither Psalter had it. Weird, I thought. I wonder why not?