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An all-in-one resource that helps both the music director and pastor plan the worship services for each Sunday and holy day of the year, the United Methodist Music and Worship Planner 2014-2015; is lectionary based and places at one's fingertips a calendar format that helps plan the entire choir year from September through August, reproducible worship planning forms, suggestions for prayers, solos, anthems, visuals, and much more. Also included is the complete lectionary text of the Old Testament, Psalm, Epistle, and Gospel readings, using Common English Bible translation.
If you are like many choir directors, you can use some help organizing the many facets of your work. That’s where the Choir Director's Organizer 2009–2010 can help. It is a comprehensive source of forms and planning aids that help music ministers and choir directors plan the worship services for each Sunday and holy day of the year. Worship Music Planners—for traditional and blended or contemporary worship services Calendars—one three-years-at-a-glance calendar on a single page, thirteen two-page monthly calendars (August 2009 through August 2010) for more detailed planning Hymn Usage Chart—a dated checklist of hymns from most major denominational and independent hymnals in alphabetical order; blank lines at the end for additional selections used throughout the year Registration Forms—for children’s and adult/youth choirs (adaptable for handbell and instrumental ensembles) Rehearsal Planning Worksheets—for children’s, youth, adult choirs, and for handbell or instrumental ensembles Attendance Records—for children's and adult/youth choirs (adaptable for handbell and instrumental ensembles) Choir Robe and Folder Assignment Charts—for robes or folders alone, or to combine robe and folder information on one chart Music Library Card—can be stored as separate sheets or duplicated onto 5x7 card stock Instrument and Equipment Inventory and Maintenance Chart Music Department Budget Form
The trusted planning resource for traditional and contemporary worship, plus an interactive CD!
A trusted planning resource for traditional and contemporary worship! The Abingdon Worship Annual 2010 offers fresh worship planning resources for pastors and worship leaders. “Let this resource be the starting point for your worship planning. As the Spirit guides you and God’s word flows through you, we pray that your worship planning may be meaningful and fulfilling, for both you and your congregants. Trust God’s guidance, and enjoy a wonderful year of worship and praise with your congregations!” (From the Introduction) Using a Theme Idea based on the lectionary readings, each week’s offering of prayers and litanies follows a basic pattern of Christian worship: Gathering and Praise Proclamation and Response Thanksgiving and Communion Sending Forth Alternative ideas for Praise Sentences and Contemporary Gathering Words are offered for those who work in contemporary worship settings. We have again included a number of Communion liturgies in response to reader requests. (NEW!) Prayers and liturgies for Communion and footwashing Now more than ever, The Abingdon Worship Annual is a must-have sourcebook offering countless opportunities for planning meaningful and insightful worship.
All scripture is inspired by God . . . so that everyone who belongs to God may be proficient, equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17 Equipped for Every Good Work is a four-tool process that can help you discover and develop the spiritual gifts, spirituality types, interaction styles, and working preferences of each person in your congregation. Begun in 1988, the Profile of Congregational Leadership has been used in approximately two hundred different churches of seven denominations in settings of all shapes, sizes, locations, and racial-ethnic backgrounds. Equipped for Every Good Work is not intended as a tool to help congregations assign members to jobs on committees, boards, councils, or task forces. Instead, it is a process of discovery and discussion of the gifts, graces, and abilities of the leadership core of a local congregation. It shifts the attention off of what we do and on to who we are as called, gifted, and empowered people of God. Through self-exploration and discovery, each person can gain new insights about what it means to be a disciple of Jesus Christ, and the entire congregation can grow as a faith-forming spiritual community. Leaders--A special website (equippedforeverygoodwork.wordpress.com) provides access to all the handouts, presentation materials, reference materials, and interpretive aids.
Worship A down-to-earth guide to planning and implementing meaningful worship experiences for pastors, written especially for those new to the job. This practical book is for new pastors as they move into the role of worship leader and planner. When faced with the weekly rhythm of planning and leading worship, new pastors sometimes find themselves overwhelmed with the tasks. The book centers on the pastor and his/her identity as worship leader, on guidelines for leadership, and on the 'why' and 'how' of worship services. Contents include: The Pastor as Leader; Leading on Your First Sunday; Rituals: "The way we do it here"; Leading in the Worship Service; Leading Prayer; Leading Communion; Leading Baptism; Leading through the Christian Year; Leading with Musicians; Leading the People into Leadership. To read chapter oneclick here "I heartily commend this book to new pastors. Get it and read it before you show up at your first appointment. Barbara Day Miller will save you from many a heartache and embarrassment. Though tagged as a new pastor's guide, most pastors I know will benefit by reading the New Pastor's Guide, especially the latter chapters about leading with musicians and guiding members of the congregation into worship leadership." Reverend Daniel T. Benedict, Jr., Director of Worship Resources, General Board of Discipleship, United Methodist Church "In the past couple of years, I have worshipped in about a hundred congregations. After that experience, I can tell you, HERE IS THE BOOK WE NEED! Barbara Day Miller packs this little book with a lifetime of the creative worship leadership and the inspired preparation of pastors to lead worship. Combining practical help with a deep theological understanding of, and heartfelt love of Christian worship, she gives pastors everything they need to lead God's people in prayer and praise." William H. Willimon, Bishop, the North Alabama Conference of the United Methodist Church. Barbara Day Miller is the Assistant Dean of Worship at Candler School of Theology in Atlanta, Georgia. Church & Ministry/Church Life//Worship/Liturgy

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