The foundational theological principles of the Reformation. Read more
A short meditative pause… Read more
What is a doxology?
Praise and theology in song… Read more
The Old 100th
‘Praise God from whom all blessings flow’ is, perhaps, the most well-known and is frequently referred to as ‘The Doxology’ especially when it’s sung to the tune of Old 100th. Read more
Lead with skill
To lead Church music is an act of service and so it’s important that we do so with thought and skill. Read more
Sooner or later, all Church musicians will have cause to transpose a particular hymn. There are a number of options available, depending on your level of expertise – and whether or not you have a digital piano! Read more
Watch your tone!
We’ve all been there, I’m sure. A particular hymn starts so well and then, at some point, the melody soars and the congregation – not so much! Read more
Start as you mean to go on
Beginnings, middles and endings
Introducing new music
Sing a new sing – just not too often!
The soundtrack of our lives
The value of hymnbooks
Hymnbooks serve a number of important purposes; they chart our lives, they keep our hymns with us across the generations and they give us access to centuries of psalms and hymns and spiritual songs. Read more