W 201 How to Choose Songs and Hymns for Worship (2009)

In Christian corporate worship, singing is generally seen to be the norm: indeed, in many places 'worship' has become a synonym for 'singing.' And yet, very often, those choosing music have little opportunity to consider the criteria by which they do so or the implications of their choices.

This timely study looks at the whole range of issues involved in such choices, highlights the wide range of resources, and offers criteria by which to evaluate decisions. It should be essential reading for all those involved!
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Author: Mark Earey

Mark Earey has been teaching liturgy to Anglican and Methodist ministerial students (and a lot of other people too) at The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Birmingham for the last nine years. Previously he was Team Rector of Morley, West Yorkshire, and National Education Officer for Praxis

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