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Glenn Packiam on Exploring Christian Hope in Contemporary Worship
In this episode, pastor and songwriter Glenn Packiam shares about Christian hope in contemporary worship.
Podcast | Audio | November 03, 2020
Singing the Psalms of Hope in a Covid-Shaped World
2021 Online Calvin Symposium on Worship | On-Demand Panel Discussion Video
Video | October 29, 2020
Worship in a Digital World: Interview with Wendell Kimbrough
In this edited interview, songwriter Wendell Kimbrough talks about what he’s learned during the COVID-19 pandemic about worship in the digital world. He was interviewed by Rebecca Snippe, a program manager for the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.
Conversation | October 16, 2020
Streaming Worship Services and Copyrights in a Time of Social Distancing
In an age of social distancing and remote, online worship due to COVID-19, churches are figuring out how to honor copyrights in entirely new ways, and companies are giving special allowances during this time.
Article | March 25, 2020
Worshiping with the Psalms Across Times and Cultures
2020 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Audio | February 09, 2020
Santo, Santo, Santo / Holy, Holy, Holy: A Bilingual Hymnal
Introducing our newly published bilingual hymnal for Protestant congregations, parishes, seminaries, schools, and more.
Musical Composition | Article | July 11, 2019
Multilingual Singing for English-Speaking Congregations
2019 Calvin Symposium on Worship | Seminar
Video | April 10, 2019
Singing Bilingually in Spanish and English: A Vision and Resources for Singing Together on the Journey of Faith
In North America, we have a splendid opportunity in the years and decades ahead to learn to sing bilingually, transcending a language divide in ways that help us all learn and grow together as we discover scripturally inspired songs from a variety of contexts and cultures.
Video | March 02, 2017
How Loud Is Too Loud?
Volume in worship can be a touchy subject, one full of tensions. However, by looking at it through the lens of universal design and applying this principle to volume, we can see the many tensions in play and work together to glorify the Lord and lead God's people in song.
Article | March 21, 2016
Worship Resources for Radical Hospitality
Scripture models well for us how to speak about immigration in worship. Together, with Abraham, Jesus, and the early church, we can model radical hospitality, we can lament the pain of leaving and the pain of the journey, we can witness God's faithfulness to the refugees and migrants in the past, and together, united as the body of Christ, we can seek responses that reflect God's heart. Ultimately, we can look forward with hope, knowing that our "citizenship is in heaven."
Resource Guide | March 14, 2016
Worship Resources that Respond to Human Trafficking
How can we respond to the profound tragedy that is human trafficking? How can we begin to think and talk about it, especially in the context of worship?
Resource Guide | Article | November 03, 2015
Worship Resources about Faith and Citizenship
As children of God, no matter where we live, we are called to be citizens of the kingdom of God. But ultimately, our citizenship is in heaven and so, in everything, we turn our eyes toward the day when God will make everything new.
Resource Guide | August 11, 2015
Worship Resources about Faith and Work
In worship we can speak to God about our work, pray that our daily work may be pleasing to God, and respond to God's continual call to live lives worthy of the calling. The following are songs, hymns, prayers, readings, and more that give voice to the living out of faith that we call our work or our vocation.
Resource Guide | August 11, 2015