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From All Points #14: Church music

From All Points #14: Church music

In this episode we talk church music, the good, the bad, the unbearable and explore why it is both bane and joy in worship life.


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Rebecca Christian

Yes! There are so many reasons I love the UMC hymnal and the UMC The Faith We Sing supplement. The UMC hymnal contains a meter index, as well as other handy indices. The 1982 has some of these, just not as inclusive. I also appreciate the additional service music in the UMC hymnal. The arrangements are easier on the ear in the UMC hymnal. The UMC Faith We Sing has great selections, more so than the Episcopal Wonder, Love, and Praise.

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