Christmas Eve has the potential to be your church’s biggest day of your year. As you prepare for this special gathering, here are some things to consider.
Have you ever wondered about specific guidelines for worship in the CRC? This is an attempt to highlight key guidelines found in the church order and synodical documents pertaining to our corporate worship.
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.
How do you have your planning team and worship committee set up in your church?
On the day you hope your children will stay in worship will they tune out and wait it out or could they meaningfully engage and participate? Create a kids' version of your adult worship experience and watch your kids' appreciation for worship thrive!
While the adjective "reckless" is difficult for some of us to sing, there is some Truth in this song. There is also a conflicting message: are we hiding from God? Or are we seeking Him? Is our God omniscient? Is our God omnipresent? Who can sing this song truthfully?
Help! The trumpet arrangement of "Here is Our King" by Crowder/Passion has gone missing from our binder (not on my watch!)
Worship Ministries offers a new resource to assist churches in their worship ministry by listing recommended worship coaches who are experienced.
Look inside the third issue of Living the Call for updates from Worship Ministries, Calvin Theological Seminary, and the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, as well as tools for your congregation's worship committee.
For decades, Christian Reformed members in Canada and the United States have been faithful in welcoming refugees. Download your copy of the World Refugee Day toolkit today. How will your church celebrate and remember refugees this June (and beyond)?
Worship Resources for Trinity Sunday and Memorial Day (May 27, 2018).
The well intended ways in which your church acknowledges Mothers Day may be a source of pain for some worshippers. Here's how to change that.
How can our churches and liturgies form us to live into our calling as ministers of reconciliation? We recommend these resources to get you and your community started.