What do you imagine your adult/youth choir season will look like this year?
Let's share some of the creative ways we are connecting and worshipping during COVID-19.
What happens when our nation begins to recover from COVID-19? Rather than returning to their former “normal,” houses of worship can continue to embrace and leverage innovative ways of reaching members in this new world.
Look inside for updates from Calvin Theological Seminary, Worship Ministries, Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, The Network, The Bridge App, and Classis Renewal.
This webinar with several church and public figures across Canada will offer advice and resources regarding re-establishing public worship safely during COVID-19 restrictions and limits.
As our communities begin to think about the gradual reopening of businesses, parks, and services, it's important that church leaders also carefully consider what your congregation will do as these restrictions are lifted.
Pay attention to the wide spectrum of mothering by including this video in your online worship service or by sharing it via social media.
We've worked with state and local health departments to create guidelines, specific for churches in West Michigan, as they consider what re-opening the church may look like.
Encouragement for churches to think more deeply about worship as we move through various phases of this pandemic.
Sharing a song my 9-year-old granddaughter wrote about giving our worries to God.
This dramatic Easter presentation has a strong scriptural foundation and engages worshipers in a creative, participatory manner.
Just because we’re not worshipping in person doesn’t mean we have to give up the excitement of a Palm Sunday parade with the kids. Here are some ideas to help as you plan worship in your context.