Worship Modules

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Effective Service Playing: The Partnership between Organist and Congregation Presented by David Kriewall In this resource, principles of orchestral wind playing and communication between conductor and players are applied to the organist's…
W004 – Worship Led by a Modern Ensemble This module demonstrates the potential of leading worship with an ensemble consisting of piano, guitar, bass, hand percussion, and various solo instruments. The focus is on songs of the liturgy, psalms,…
W004 – Worship Folders Are you interested in upgrading your worship folders? If so, you’ll think through two issues: 1) content to include and 2) matters of design. What’s best to include in a worship folder? An outline and the…
Listen to a sample sermon - God so Loved the World Advent resources from C18 are available for those interested in using them this year.
Our Christmas Efforts: What Happened & What’s Next The goal of C18 When we began C18, we said our goal was “to reach” one-million souls prior to and on Christmas Eve. I realize “reach” is a nebulous term. That was intentional.…
Worship Guest Follow-up: A Vital Part of Outreach Wouldn’t it be wonderful if there were one-million guests at our WELS Christmas Eve services this year? Wouldn’t it be awful if we were not ready for them? One of the most important ways…
Imagine a 16-year-old WELS member. What are the chances that individual is still WELS when he’s 30? We have studied this multiple times in our church body’s history. My commission, Congregational Counseling, has churches who work with us…
Clockwork. That’s how I describe my family’s devotional life growing up. Six days a week. We attended church on the “off” day. The devotion setting: The round wooden kitchen table brought the family together for every breakfast…