Monthly Archives: September 2014

Why do we sing together?

Recently, two articles have been circulating on Facebook: One bemoans the “death of church choirs” (see it here: http://www.religionnews.com/2014/09/17/many-church-choirs-dying-heres/). Another counter-article states “9 reasons to keep the church choir alive” (see it here: http://www.theologyinworship.com/2014/09/23/9-reasons-to-keep-the-church-choir-alive/). Singing with other people, whether at a ballgame, … Continue reading

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Singing psalms, and hymns, and spiritual songs…

When we gather as a choir on Thursdays and Sundays, our voices join together, in unison, in two-parts, four-parts, or more. Sometimes, it’s good enough to just hum a simple melody like “Jesus loves me” or “Amazing grace”. Our vocal … Continue reading

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Awake, my heart!

It’s been well over 2 years since I’ve done anything with this blog, and I realized as I browsed our church website that it’s been too long. So, permit me to enter into a short time of reflection and confession. Since 2012, … Continue reading

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