Designing Worship Together: Models and Strategies for Worship Planning

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Alban Institute, 2004 - Religion - 191 pages
Much more than a "how-to" for worship planners. Drawing on more than two decades of collaborative worship planning, as well as numerous conversations with other worship planners. Pastor Howard Vanderwell and musician Norma de Waal Malefyt lay out a thoughtful, field-tested process for planning, implementing, and evaluating life-enriching weekly worship. Well over a dozen field-tested tools and a selected bibliography round out this invaluable resource for worship planners.

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Norma deWaal Malefyt is a resource development specialist for congregational song for the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. She teaches organ and accompaniment skills for worship at Calvin College. She holds degrees in education and organ performance and has served several congregations as organist and director of music. Howard Vanderwell has served as pastor and senior pastor at four Christian Reformed congregations. He is a graduate of Calvin Theological Seminary and has completed graduate studies in homiletics and worship. He is currently a resource development specialist for pastoral leadership at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship.

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