As Easter Sunday quickly approaches, I'd love to know: What song songs are you singing in your church, or in your car, or in your home?
Does a "visual schedule" or some other visual resource enhance possibilities for those of us who have autism? If so, does such a resource already exist for Protestant liturgy?
Share this webinar with worship planners, pastors, and worshipers who want to learn more about using the psalms in worship.
In this new webinar, worship leader and musician Ruth Ann Schuringa lists important goals and skills for the worship leader who is preparing and leading worship.
We often think of Lent as a time to "give something up." But what if we flipped the focus to what we are trying to gain. Will you join me in sharing just one way you hope to grow this Lent?
What's Happening at Your Church for Lent and Easter? Share Your Sermon Series, Worship Themes, and More
Lent starts today and I'd love to hear about what's happening at your church! Care to share?
Three new worship webinars coming soon! Click here to sign up.
In the process of teaching the small people in our lives to worship, our own hearts learn the practice anew. As I perused each day’s lesson, the eight-part pattern began a drumbeat in my thinking about exactly what worship entails.
When did evening worship services begin in the CRCNA?
Churches: I'd love to hear what you're doing for Advent this year. What visual(s) did you use? How did you make your worship space beautiful?
The CRC Office of Social Justice has created worship resources to honor the Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. We hope your church will join many others, commemorating the sanctity of human life in ways that are mindful of the impact of abortion.
Ready or not — you’re a worship pastor! Zac Hicks leads this newly posted webinar and gives wise advice and encouragement to worship leaders, pastors, and all who lead or participate in worship.
Scripture reminds us over and over that God uses “strangers” and immigrants to bring a blessing. Use this litany in your Sunday worship as a way to remember our many brothers and sisters whose immigration status puts them in need of prayers and to remember stories of immigrants in the Bible.