During this Blog Series we have been looking at ways to Create Seamless Worship Services.
In the last post we looked at one important word we should consider when planning worship services.
Today, we’ll look at the first three (of six) ways we should focus in order to help Create Seamless Worship Services.
Each of these ideas hinge on excellence.
I’ve been planning worship for over ten years and through lots trial and error, I’ve learned several things to do and even more things not to do when planning worship. Today we’ll look at Part 1 of “Creating Seamless Worship Services.” When it comes to planning worship there is one word we should consider if we want seamless worship, that word?
So, you want to give your team 10 new songs to learn this year.
You buy the songs on itunes, convert them into an MP3 and upload them to PlanningCenterOnline.com. Everything’s good right? Not quite.
For many years it was very time consuming and very costly to legally distribute recordings of songs to your Worship Team. It wasn’t hard to do, but it was hard to do legally. Many Worship Pastors (and Senior Pastors) are misinformed about Copyright Law.
Here are some of the excuses I’ve heard to why it was okay to distribute a copy of a song and not pay for it. Heads up: All of these are incorrect.
I get a lot of arrangements from Choral books and just adapt them to fit.
Most arrangements however are just songs that I feel like go well together.
You start with a theme – say The Cross and pick out songs that fit that theme.