Have you ever wondered if church choirs today are using printed scores when they sing or do they only use a confidence monitor (or projected lyrics) when they sing? If you said no, you're probably not alone! When I was researching the choir in the intergenerational church, I wondered if the "appearance" of memorized music… Continue reading Printed Scores vs. Projected Lyrics in the choir in the Intergenerational Church
Last week, I had the privilege of teaching two different groups of folks about my research and intergenerational worship in general. On Monday, I spoke with some of the church music students at University of Cumberlands in Kentucky, where my friend Joey Wolfe teaches. On Wednesday, I spoke with a Doctor of Ministry seminar on… Continue reading Beyond the worship service-Practical ways to promote intergenerationality in your church.
Continued from last week. Part Two of the 10 C's of Musical Worship. Conviction Do we believe what we sing? It is affecting us and does it move us emotionally? Our emotions should be stirred because we really believe what we are singing. It is not enough to sing truth, we must believe the truth.… Continue reading The 10 C’s of Musical Worship Part 2