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Martin Tel on Creative Movement and Placement for Church Choirs
How and where a church choir enters, stands, and moves can make a difference in how deeply a congregation engages in singing and other parts of worship.
Conversation | May 17, 2018
Brian Larson on Planning a Psalms for All Seasons Psalmfest
Brian Larson is cantor at Trinity Lutheran Church in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. His was one of 40 organizations that recently hosted a public congregational singing event based on the new Psalms for All Seasons: a Complete Psalter for Worship. In this edited conversation, he discusses the Psalmfest that Trinity Lutheran hosted on January 27, 2013.
Conversation | April 19, 2013
Psalmfests Bring Psalms into the Heart of Worship
Psalmfests, public festivals based on Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship, help worshipers cross boundaries of time and tradition, to explore the full spectrum of psalm singing.
Feature Story | April 08, 2013
Seven Psalmfest Tips to Design Your Song Festival
Dozens of Psalmfests held throughout the U.S. and Canada yielded advice that your congregation, college, seminary, or organization can use to plan a festival of psalms, hymns, or other Christian songs.
Feature Story | April 08, 2013
James Abbington on Psalms for All Seasons
James Abbington discusses the new hymnal Psalms for All Seasons.
Article | November 06, 2012
Sing Praise to the Lord! Songs from Psalms for All Seasons (CD Excerpt)
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship is pleased to collaborate with Princeton Theological Seminary on this collection of songs from the brand new songbook Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship, now available on iTunes.
Book Excerpt | October 16, 2012
Psalms for All Seasons: A Festival of Singing
An evening celebrating the release of this major collection that holds promise to bring the psalms into the heart of worship.
Audio | Video | Worship Service | January 27, 2012
The Psalm Project in Concert
A free concert at the Calvin Chapel, this prelude to the 2012 Calvin Symposium on Worship featured The Psalm Project, a group of musicians from the Netherlands who have taken Genevan Psalm tunes from the 1500s and updated them with arrangements for piano, guitar, and strings.
Video | Worship Service | January 25, 2012
Joyce Borger on Psalm Singing History
Joyce Borger is worship and music editor for Faith Alive Christian Resources and editor of the quarterly journal Reformed Worship. In this conversation, Borger discusses the history of Psalm singing, and how she talks to Christians who have no history of singing Psalms in worship about trying it.
Conversation | January 10, 2012
Psalms Unplugged (Book Excerpt)
Psalms Unplugged features fresh and contemporary settings of the ancient biblical psalms combined with contemporary versions of 16th century tunes from the Genevan Psalter. This inspirational CD features 13 psalms. It was produced by members of The Psalm Project under the leadership of Eelco Vos.
Book Excerpt | December 07, 2011
Psalmfest Mini-grants Program
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship is providing support to worshiping communities to host a Psalmfest that features congregational singing based on the new songbook Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship.
Article | November 30, 2011
Martin Tel on Psalms for all Seasons
Martin Tel is C. F. Seabrook Director of Music at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, New Jersey. Here he talks about the forthcoming Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship, which is one of the most comprehensive resources ever published on using the Psalms in Christian worship. Tel collaborated with Joyce Borger and John D. Witvliet on this psalter.
Conversation | October 26, 2011