We continue our 2018 theme, "A Place at the Table," inspired by Shirley Erena Murray's hymn of the same name, and reflect the liturgical seasons in which we find ourselves this spring.
In March we're in Lent – traditionally a time for reflection. In this issue we grapple with challenging questions ...
In these uncertain times, what and who guides (or has guided) us on our journey? What is our guiding star? Whom do we serve? Whom are we not reaching? How do we find them?
In April we're in Eastertide – a time for resurrection, rejuvenation, and new life. In this isse you'll also find ideas and inspiration, tools and events to renew your commitment to transforming lives through worship that leads to spiritual growth and faith formation.
Embrace the seasons, ask the questions, find your star overhead, and lead others to the light in these uncertain times.
The WorshipArts Editorial Committee primarily consists of volunteers from a variety of backgrounds in worship planning, liturgy, and communications. The team is led by our editor, Dave Wiltse.
Do you love to write? Have an idea for an article that would interest readers of WorshipArts? The WorshipArts Editorial Committee actively seeks a variety of articles and reviews in music areas (choral for all ages, piano/organ, instrumental, handbells), arts areas (dance, drama, visuals), and worship areas (preaching, contemporary worship, spiritual formation, worship planning, liturgy). WorshipArts publishes six times each year and deadlines are the 15th of the month, two months prior to publication date.