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What are you most excited about in your current work that you'd like to share? I love the pastoral role-getting to know the people, sharing with them their joys and sorrows, teaching about God and a life of discipleship, and planning and leading worship. I work in a space in which I can challenge, support, encourage, and guide people.
It is a beautiful space to be in, especially when something I am able to do allows for people to encounter God. This is what I love about planning and leading worship. It creates a time and space in which we can praise our Creator and hopefully more fully experience God's presence.
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It's also why I've chosen to be part of The Hymn Society. I know that music reaches a part of our being that the spoken word is not able to reach and I believe it is vital for pastors to honor and recognize that reality. So it's about the combination of both the spoken and sung word. It's about bringing all the pieces together so people may more fully experience and worship the divine.
One of my favorite moments was being present for Marcia McFee's plenary at the conference in Columbus.
The way she talked of setting different contexts, utilizing all of the space a group is in, and appealing to all of the senses, opened my eyes to all the different possibilities. For me, it was also a very moving and emotional experience. It reminded me of what I want people to experience in worship, the power worship can have, and how much I want to be able to create meaningful experiences for my congregation and have them share in at least some of what I have experienced.
If you could have lunch with one Fellow of The Hymn Society, who would it be and why? I have to pick just one?
With the questions I currently have about congregational singing, I would want to have lunch with John Bell. His books, The Singing Thing and The Singing Thing too , have helped me better understand the potential for congregational song and the basics of teaching new things.
Now, I have questions about how to continue to lead and empower my congregation in that direction, especially in my role as pastor and not as primary musician. I'd like to hear more of his story, especially how he was led into the work he is now doing. I would also ask what encouragement or suggestions he would offer to those of us who are working to support and teach congregational singing but struggle with cultural expectations, traditions, and other factors that inhibit people in their singing.
Any student who attends will receive a free one-year member to both The Hymn Society and Choristers Guild to help expose them to the work of these organizations that can help them in their young professional lives. Calls for Proposals and Papers.
- The Revised Common Lectionary: 20th Anniversary Annotated Edition;
- Reading the Scriptures Together?
- The Sonata of a Syrian Heart.
- Organization Design: The Collaborative Approach (The HR Series)?
Academic papers will have a minute session and full-session classes will be 50 minutes. Because it is the centennial of the end of World War I, topics related to this context will be especially considered. All applications must be submitted as a single-page word abstract summarizing the topic and the particular contribution the presenter plans to offer.
We are now accepting proposals maximum words for individual papers and for organized panels consisting of three papers. Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 31 January , and conference registration will begin on 15 February A Cry for Mercy Winners. Congratulations to all the talented young composers who submitted entries for A Hymn For Mercy The task of this year's competition was to write a carol for unison, SA or SSA choir, or for choir and congregation.
Sixteen entries were received, and the judges had the challenging task of singing and playing through each piece, and evaluating them on their liturgical, musical and textual merits. The first prize was awarded to Fergus Hall from Scotland for his stunning piece "A Mother's Child", featuring lush Romantic choral writing and symphonic piano accompaniment. The judges found that two carols were worthy of joint second prize: "Drop Down Dew" by US composer Wilhelmina Esary, for unaccompanied SSA choir, with excellent word-painting and adventurous harmonies; and "Dormi Jesu" by Nyi Nyi Myin, also from the USA, which had a very memorable choral ritornello, and is a lyrical and attractive setting that is ideal for school choirs.
The high standard of compositions meant that the judges felt that a number of pieces deserved special mention. Macalester Plymouth United Church announces that their hymn contest seeks a hymn that welcomes individuals of all ages to share and connect as people of God at the communion table. Entries must be postmarked by December 31, and the winner will be announced in March For more information see the attached Press Release. Mike Byrnes at Central Presbyterian Church in Montclair, NJ has about Presbyterian hymnals ed that are in very good shape and would like to find a new home for them.
Please contact him if you are interested. Position Opening - Music and Liturgy Editor.
Why a Lectionary? by Fred Kimball Graham
Serves as permissions manager for music, represents Liturgical Press at appropriate conferences and events; collaborates with colleagues in the acquisition, editing, production and marketing of music products, liturgical resources and ritual resources. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in liturgy, music or related; solid knowledge of liturgy and liturgical music, familiarity with music permissions and licensing, competence in Microsoft office, music typesetting, Finale and InDesign.
Ability to work under deadline pressure with minimal supervision. The developers of the Book of Worship generally preferred the option of letting the OT, Epistle and Gospel each speak on their own terms during this season of the year. Part of it was also practical. To include the complementary track would have required many more pages in the lectionary section alone, pages which would end up being subtracted from those which could otherwise be available for other kinds of resources. The developers proposed, and General Conference approved, just the semi-continuous track for the Season after Pentecost.
The Rev. July 8, By Taylor Burton-Edwards. Produced by The Consultation on Common Texts. Why did we approve a draft of a resource that would appear in full in you may ask? And, we did it first!
Bible Reading Plans - Revised Common Lectionary (Semicontinuous) - NIV - August 20,
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