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We have just found Jamie (May 2014) and his insights on worship and his references to other worship bloggers are gold. Refer your worship team to him and INSIST that they have a look and listen. From the evangelical contemporary Anglican tradition of the Washing DC area. Click photo or title to access blog


Best Practices for Adventist Worship

This newsletter is produced by the North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It covers many different topics relevant to anyone who is involved in corporate worship. To subscribe, click here.


This is a fantastic site for downloading worship music and scores for all different kinds of ensembles - from SA and SATB to orchestral scores! WORD publishing has professional arrangers who create musical masterpieces to assist high worship days and special events. It has a great range of songs from traditional worship songs through to the latest being released. A definite must-see website.


This is a fantastic website by Bob Kauflin, author of the amazing book on worship 'Worship Matters'. Here he has blogs on current issues in worship, and is particulary connected with the philosophy and Biblical approach to how we worship God personally and corporately. This website is a must-read! To go straight to the site just click on the picture to the left.


This website is great for young up and coming artist/worship leaders who are grappling with all sorts of faith, ambition, music industry issues and questions. He has some great resources too, including an ebook that's a 'Step by Step Guide to Gaining and Sustaing a Vision for Your Worship Team." To go straight to this site, click on the picture to the left.


This website is great for music resources and worship leader resources. You can download free song charts, check out some of the latest songs being released and keep in touch with the latest worship hits. Definitely worth a good look. To go directly to this site, click on the picture to the left.


This website is dedicated to making contemporary hymn arrangements accessible to church worship leaders. Lots of fantastic resources at this website. Click on the picture to the left to go directly to this site.


This is a really useful website that gives you sheet music access to the latest worship songs, and hymns and older songs and choruses. You can transpose the keys, print them off as guitar charts, hymn arrangements, or melody lines transposed into any key for solo instruments. This website is a must. To go straight to this site, click on the picture to the left.


This website is great as it has loads of mini movies on a huge range of topics. They can be used to introduce sermons, start worship times, or as special items.

They also have stills or loops that are fantastic for creating dynamic slides for song words. I'd also highly recommend their welcome slides. To go straight to this site, click on the picture to the left.


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