We are pleased to partner with a number of publishers and authors to further the study and renewal of worship. As you explore the 150+ publications we have produced and supported, you will notice a wide range of topics that relate in some way to the worship life of congregations. You will also notice a wide range of scholarly and pastoral approaches to worship and congregational studies. We hope in this way to provide abundant resources on crucial issues that will help you grow in your understanding and practice of worship, theology, and ministry.
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Worship and Power: Liturgical Authority in Free Church TraditionsBy: Sarah Kathleen Johnson, Andrew Wymer
This edited volume models how dialogue among scholars and practitioners can promote worship practices that are faithful and just.
Santo, Santo, Santo / Holy, Holy, HolyBy: María Eugenia Cornou, Rebecca Snippe, John D. Witvliet
A Spanish-English bilingual hymnal for Protestant congregations, parishes, seminaries, schools, and more.
Race, Class, and the Kingdom of GodBy: David M. Bailey, Elena Aronson
This video-based study series is designed to provide you with the tools to do something about the divisions you experience in your worshiping community.
Leaning on the Word: Worship with Argentine Baptists in the Mid-Twentieth CenturyBy: Eric Mathis, Lester Ruth
In this latest volume in the Church at Worship series, Lester Ruth and Eric L. Mathis draw from a rich selection of primary sources to immerse readers in the worship life of Conservative Baptists in northwest Argentina from 1948 to 1964.
Readings in African American Church Music and Worship, Volume 2By: James Abbington
This volume is a vivid testimony to the value of examining the variety and dynamism of African American church music and worship from multiple, overlapping points of view, from both realist and idealist voices, with a focus on gaining wisdom.
Wise Church: Exploring Faith and Worship with Christians Around the WorldBy: Emily R. Brink, Paul Detterman
Based on the document "Worshiping the Triune God," a collection of proverbs on worship adopted by the World Communion of Reformed Churches, this book and study guide offers a global perspective on how and why we worship.
Worship Beyond NationalismBy: Rob Hewell
The church in the United States faces a dilemma: How is it possible for Christ's followers to worship faithfully in a nationalistic environment where religion and politics enjoy a vigorous affiliation while the separation of church and state is celebrated as the standard for the relationship between nation and faith?
Worship Across the Racial DivideBy: Gerardo Marti
Many scholars and church leaders believe that music and worship style are essential in stimulating diversity in congregations. Gerardo Marti draws on interviews with more than 170 congregational leaders and parishioners, as well as his experiences participating in worship services in a wide variety of Protestant, multiracial Southern Californian churches, to present this insightful study of the role of music in creating congregational diversity.
Worshiping the Triune God
The statement "Worshiping the Triune God: Receiving and Sharing Christian Wisdom Across Continents and Centuries" was adopted in 2010 by the newly formed World Communion of Reformed Churches.
Global Songs for WorshipBy: Norma de Waal Malefyt
This hymnal supplement includes 57 songs from allover the globe, including Ghana, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Egypt, and many more countries.
Global Songs For Worship CDBy: Norma de Waal Malefyt
This CD, featuring The Choral Scholars with Norma de Waal Malefyt and Greg Scheer, highlights 28 songs from the songbook Global Songs for Worship.
Christian Worship WorldwideBy: Charles Farhadian
As Christianity has boomed in the non-Western world, several questions have emerged regarding how worship and culture relate. Charles Farhadian presents a timely investigation of their interaction.
One Bread, One BodyBy: Michael Hawn
Hawn seeks to help bridge the gap between the human tendency to prefer ethnic and cultural homogeneity in worship and the church's mandate to offer a more diverse and inclusive experience.