Check out this roundtable discussion with four CRC endorsed worship coaches on the topic of choosing music for worship.
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This webinar recording features a roundtable discussion with four CRC endorsed worship coaches on the topic of choosing music for Worship.
Here are some resources to help churches add an Ascension Day and Pentecost focus to their worship services.
Worship Ministries highly recommends a training for all church sound and tech operators to be held August 9 & 10 in Grand Rapids, MI. Sign up today!
Highlighting worship and prayer workshops at Inspire 2019, Worship Ministries would love to see you at the conference in August!
In this webinar, Joy Engelsman explores the roles of mentoring and includes specific examples of coaching, teaching, and relationship building, especially as they connect to worship and the church.
What is reformed worship? How does the liturgy of the historic church influence my worship today? In this webinar, Philip Majorins, pastor and worship director at Christ Church (CRCNA) in Davis, CA, addresses these questions and more.
Worship Ministries is excited to announce two (free!) webinars coming up in March and April. Find the details and sign up below.
In this webinar Joyce Borger, Director of Worship Ministries, presents many interesting statistics and findings gathered from the recent 2018 CRC Worship Survey.
Worship Ministries has compiled many good worship resources to help you lament the pain and suffering that sexual abuse causes.
Yes - my church (Friendship CRC) has many of their programs meeting on Wednesday evening - Gems, Cadets, senior choir, praise team, and various fundraising suppers. Seems to work well. (Diane...posted on: Does Your Church Have Midweek Programming?
Hi Renee - they are attached now. (I was having trouble getting all of the files to attach to the post at first). They are great resources.
Yes, thanks for those prayers and encouragement for worship leaders, planners, and participants! It is so important.posted on: Worship Roundtable
Ruth Ann - what a great idea to have a round-table 'locally'. I'd love to hear how that goes! Maybe it will inspire more worship leaders to do that. There's nothing better than just sitting around...posted on: Worship Roundtable
I love my time in the car each morning listening to music. This morning I was touched and inspired by the songs "Counting Every Blessing" by Rend Collective and "First" by Lauren Daigle....posted on: Worship Songs: Current Favorites?
Thanks for your question, Jeff. There is a large selection of instrumental music available for Lift Up Your Hearts hymnal at Hymnary.org/hymnal/LUYH2013, click here. Select the song, then go...posted on: Lift Up Your Hearts Accompaniment?
Loads of other free resources at ReformedWorship.org. To find them type "Reconciliation" into the search bar at the top right corner of the page. (You may be asked to register but all you need...posted on: Reconciliation and Forgiveness Resources
Hi Melanie - since no one has answered your question here, why don't you try the Worship Ministries Facebook page? There are several hundred CRC worship people there who are quite actively engaged...
Try it now - I've added a category - No formal training.
This probably applies to many people - thank you for pointing this out.
Thanks, Allen. Sounds like an awesome ministry you have there in Niagara Falls. I appreciate your intentional connection to the community there. I'd like to hear some of that blues music! -Diane...posted on: Why I Am Bivocational (BIVO)