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Worship Music Survey – tvcoc
Our style of worship has developed over the years. Most of our congregations have moved from an a cappella hymn-based Church of Christ style to a mix of hymns, choruses, worship songs and other genres. Such diversity of worship music reﬂects the diverse backgrounds and preferences in our congregations today. That’s were we’ve been, and where we are. But where are we going? Worship music is more varied than at any previous time. From plainsong to Hillsong we have an extensive menu available. Access to worship music is more open than ever. Radio, the web, smart phones and the like mean we’re never more than a click away from music. The worship team want to make the most of new ideas while not neglecting what is good in our current approach. Answering the questions below will give us some guidance. Your comments will help us to keep what is helpful, while exploring the new.
1. Do you listen to music on Christian radio stations / online? If so, which ones? What is it about the music on that station you like?
2. List three of your favourite worship artists / albums / groups and what you like about them. • • •
3. Which songs or types of songs that you listen to would you like to see us add to our times of corporate worship?
Do you have any other thoughts you think would be useful for the worship team?
Thank you and God bless,
Saturday 30th December 2017 – Tuesday 2nd January 2018
The Windmill Christian Centre, Millgate Loan, Arbroath DD11 1QG
The Edinburgh and Glasgow Churches warmly invite you to ring in 2018 with us! We will celebrate the new year in beautiful, historic Arbroath at the Windmill Christian Centre. Arrival is from 3 pm on Saturday, 30th December and departure is Tuesday, 2nd January after lunch.
Our theme is “New Beginnings” and our keynote speakers will be Paolo and Cara Ugolini (Glasgow, Scotland). The Hogmanay retreat will be filled with great fellowship, spiritual teaching, as well as with fun activities for children, teens, and adults. We will have a Grand Gala Ceilidh to bring in the New Year. A highlight, as always, is cooking and eating together. It is truly an opportunity to experience Acts 2:42!
Accommodation is hostel-style, with a good mix of family rooms, single beds and bunk beds. The price covers all meals from Saturday evening to Tuesday lunch, with opportunity for everyone to participate in the cooking!
It’s as easy as clicking on this link for info and registration (for placement on your emails, FB, and websites): http://www.edinburghchurch.org/ChurchWide/ContentPage.aspx?PageTitle=Hogmanay%202018&Region=Edinburgh
For more details about the centre and Arbroath please click the links below:
Windmill Christian Centre
Arbroath tourist information