The good folks at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW) recently put out a list of all kinds of helpful resources for pastors and worship leaders trying to navigate the uncharted waters in which we find ourselves at the moment in the wake of the coronavirus. Anyone who reads this blog with any regularity is probably well familiar with the wealth of great material generated by the CICW, but, just in case, here’s a link to what they shared recently: COVID-19 and Worship: Resources for Churches Adapting to Social Isolation.
In particular, I would recommend the article “How to Lead Worship Online without Losing Your Soul–or Body” by David Taylor. If you only have time to digest one item from CICW’s bountiful supply, start here.
Continued blessings during this difficult season. The Lord be with you!
About Warren Anderson
Emmaus Road Worshipers is written by Dr. Warren Anderson, Director of the Demoss Center for Worship in the Performing Arts at Judson University (Elgin, Ill.), where he also directs the Judson University Choir. A Judson alumnus, he has served his alma mater in a number of capacities over the past 30+ years, especially the chapel ministry, which he led for 22 years. From 1982-2016, Dr. Anderson served six different churches--American Baptist (X2), Converge, Evangelical Free Church of America, Roman Catholic, and United Methodist--as a "weekend warrior" worship musician/pastor. He is a former member of the editorial board of Worship Leader magazine.
The views expressed in this blog are not necessarily the views of Judson University.
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