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Church Music, Liturgy, Psalms and Hymns A workshop will make you more informed

Organ, Piano, Directing, Arrangements, and more...

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Learn how to play the organ, how to accompany, or learn to improvise...

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Understand more about the background of tunes, how to accompany, history of church music, techniques, etc.

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Organist Calling Committee


Regularly I received emails with organist/music director vacancies. Details about what is expected are included, and in one case, applications were to be emailed to the “search committee.” Makes me wonder: how do our churches search/find organists? When ministers are...

Singing more Psalms


In the last few years, there is much talk about singing Psalms: rediscover and reintroduce Psalm singing. For example, in 2018, the Getty conference was dedicated to singing Psalms. Some churches always include the Psalms in their liturgy, others have...

The Power of Singing


SINGING REVOLUTION Estonia became independent from the USSR through a Singing Revolution. Four years of people singing, united, standing ground against the Soviet tanks, and: they succeeded. In 1991 they became independent because of their singing. The Estonians finally reached...

Count your blessings in Church Music


In Presbyterian, Anglican, Catholic, and Reformed churches you don’t expect to hear the same music and sing from the same ecumenical hymnal. Also within the Reformed Churches different songbooks are used, reflecting e.g. the different history and identity of the...

Liturgy


Let’s shake it up in church… …because the same things every Sunday become a boring routine. Sometimes we hear this sentiment, with some ministers responding by being creative, yet without rocking the boat. People like change, and often we hear comments...