Five Ways to Improve Congregational Singing

Five Ways to Improve Congregational Singing.

Here are some great tips from Keith Getty for you to consider if you are involved in Music ministry at your church. It will help review the effectiveness of what you are doing, as you remember who it is you are serving, and the goals of what you do. Blessings!
(Click the title above to read the full article at the Gospel Coalition)

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2 thoughts on “Five Ways to Improve Congregational Singing

  1. Some great suggestions, but I was surprised that there was no mention of teaching the congregation to sing. In my fellowship, there is a long history of congregational singing workshops where church members learn how to read music, how to breathe when singing, as well as the history and meaning of songs’ lyrics.

    • Wow – I have never thought of actually teaching the congregation how to sing. We kind of assume they can – and then wonder when they struggle. We have run singing workshops and sight reading workshops for singers and other interested people, but not for the congregation. That’s a good point. Will think on it. Thanks

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