Songs for Lent 2017

There have been some great resource posts on the Liturgy Fellowship facebookgroup for lent. Here are some of the highlights so far.  Personally, I've been reading through accounts of music innovations from the Reformation as I prep resources for a few 500th celebrations and many of those are apropos for lenten/catechetical formation. Johann Zwick, one... Continue Reading →

February 2017 Bits and Bobs

Here's a round up of new music and worship links we've come across recently. Lenny Smith - You Are My Hiding Place I'll be posting more on this album coming up but for now check out Lenny's own words on this retrospective that highlights songs he's written in the past 30 years!! Alex Mejias - Kingdom... Continue Reading →

Bits and Bobs – Fall 2016

Here are a number of new albums, articles, events, and liturgical ephemera you gotta check out soon! Before we get to the onslaught of ridiculously good new albums: [] COS yearly psalm contest has its deadline this week.  Get writing people! [] Doxology and Theology Worship Conference - Nov 3-5, Louisville, KY (Sign up soon!) []... Continue Reading →

Songs of Prayer EP – Hope College Worship

Throughout spring semester 2016 at Hope College Campus Ministries we've been focusing on prayer.  We preached through the Lord's Prayer, and through the classic prayer acronym A.C.T.S. using Psalms 8, 51, 138, 27.  As well we wanted to explore songs that focused on the language of prayer - praying twice as Brian Wren describes it. Through two... Continue Reading →

Coastland Commons – Emmaus CD Project

Kyle Turver and a phenomenal group of musicians and artists have founded a new liturgical commons project in the seattle area called "Coastland Commons."  They have just released their latest CD which is a meditation rooted in the story of Luke 24. The collection of songs are a wonderful mix of personal narrative, biblically rooted... Continue Reading →

Psalm 126 – Bifrost Arts Music

Bifrost Art Music has produced a number of stellar projects of worship songs.  I've had a few people recently ask for charts for this song in particular which is one of their more popular for congregational use.  It is a superb example of working a psalm into a text and style that can be used... Continue Reading →

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