Style of Worship

Vision

1 Comment » Written on May 30th, 2014     
Filed under: Culture, Leadership, Liturgy, Missional, Style of Worship, Theology
by Chris Logan

“Sometimes we try too hard to manufacture something that is so much richer when we just let it happen.”

3430144_origA friend of mine wrote this the other day, and it resonated with me. Much proverbial ink has

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Sorted Out

2 comments Written on September 13th, 2013     
Filed under: Bible, Core Values, Ethics, Formation, Leadership, Order of Worship, Songwriting, Style of Worship, The Psalms
psalmsToday’s post is written by Geoff Twigg, Adjunct Professor at North Park University in Chicago. Geoff is a pastor, singer/songwriter, worship leader and ministry consultant, and serves the ECC as a member of the denomination’s Commission on Worship.

A headline

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Nova

3 comments Written on December 28th, 2012     
Filed under: Culture, Liturgy, Style of Worship

Today’s post is written by Chris Logan, Pastor of Worship Arts at Community Covenant Church in Lenexa, KS.

“And the one sitting on the throne said, ‘Look, I am making everything new!’ And then he said to me, ‘Write this

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Reorient and Engage: More Like Worshippers, Less Like Critics

3 comments Written on November 30th, 2012     
Filed under: Arts, Church History, Church Year, Culture, Formation, Leadership, Music, Style of Worship, Visual Arts
Today’s post is written by Jeff Olson, Pastor of Worship Arts at Christ Church in East Greenwich, RI, where he has served for over six years.

In Advent a strong theme of waiting exists, but here is why you should

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Our Churches: Bethany Covenant Church – Mount Vernon, Washington

We continue our series of posts here on the Worship Connect blog profiling individual Covenant churches. Our purpose is to celebrate God’s work in and through us, to demonstrate the diversity of approaches to worship in the ECC, and to

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Redeeming Performance or Performing Redemption?

4 comments Written on May 6th, 2012     
Filed under: Formation, Leadership, Resources for Worship, Style of Worship, Theology
Today’s post comes to us from Zanne Dailey, a credentialed Covenant pastor, attending Marin Covenant Church in San Rafael, California. She’s also the founder of Triunity Worship Consulting.

How often have you heard or been involved in this  discussion?

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Innovation vs. Comfort

3 comments Written on March 30th, 2012     
Filed under: Intergenerational, Leadership, Music, Style of Worship
Today’s post comes to us from Kim Aliczi, a worship leader and member at Trinity Covenant Church in Manchester, CT.

Ten years ago, during the adoption of our youngest son, my husband and I ended up spending Easter in Russia

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Contemporary Traditional

9 comments Written on February 18th, 2012     
Filed under: Better Together, Music, Style of Worship
Today’s post is written by Jo Anne Taylor, Director of Music and Worship at Bethlehem Covenant Church in Minneapolis, MN.

My church took a leap of faith and launched a new worship opportunity this week. Worship is a big deal

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Make a Joyful … What?

3 comments Written on November 18th, 2011     
Filed under: Better Together, Music, Style of Worship
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Today’s post is written by Jo Anne Taylor, Director of Music and Worship at Bethlehem Covenant Church in Minneapolis, MN.

It doesn’t take much to get a bunch of musicians arguing about decibel levels. Just post a picture of some

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What’s in a Name?

1 Comment » Written on October 21st, 2011     
Filed under: Better Together, Style of Worship
Today’s post is written by Jo Anne Taylor, Director of Music and Worship at Bethlehem Covenant Church in Minneapolis, MN.

I love teaching children that the word “Hallelujah” means “Praise the Lord!” When they learn that the last syllable represents

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