In the last post we looked at one important word we should consider when planning worship services. Today, we’ll look at the first three (of six) ways we should focus in order to help Create Seamless Worship Services. Each of these ideas hinge on excellence.
This past July, at the National Association of Free Will Baptist, I had the privilege to lead a workshop on “Creating Seamless Worship Services.” I’ve been planning worship for over ten years and through lots trial and error, I’ve learned several things to do and even more things not to do when planning worship.
So, you want to give your team 10 new songs to learn this year. You buy the songs on itunes, convert them into an MP3 and upload them to PlanningCenterOnline.com. Everything’s good right? Not quite. For many years it was very time consuming and very costly to legally distribute recordings of songs to your Worship […]
PraiseVocals.com is a unique resource for Worship Ministries. They provide Vocal Part recordings of some of the most popular worship songs today. Teach your Praise Team and choir the melody and harmony of a song with ease. There are several ways to gain access to the song catalog. You can sign up for a subscription […]
If you are looking for some fresh, new and FREE graphics, ChurchVisuals.com is a good place to start. They have some really nice Sermon Series Graphics and Announcement Slides – all are FREE to download and use in your church or ministry. ChurchVisuals.com is a division of ChurchFlair.com. They work with churches to provide quality […]
Another website, really? Why waste time with another website when others already have great sites to offer? My goal for this site is to provide churches and ministries with FREE and inexpensive resources they can use for Worship, Media and Technology. There are a lot of good sites out there and many of them provide […]
What does it mean to lead between the songs? Transitions. A lot of worship leaders do a great job leading music but the time spent between songs is often awkward and unorganized. We spend all of our time planning the songs, but we don’t think about what we’re going to say to lead into the […]