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Hymn chosen best of all time

Girl singing hymn

Over 800 music lovers recently participated in an online survey conducted by the Hymn Society of the U.S. and Canada. See the full bracket of well-loved hymns.

Justice for Our Neighbors Fall Fundraiser

Enjoy hearty appetizers and drinks, browse our Silent Auction items, and listen to the music of Jeff Karoub, our featured performer. Continue Reading Justice for Our Neighbors Fall Fundraiser

Annual Community Trick or Treat at Crystal Springs

Calling all ghosts, ghouls, scarecrows and superheros! You and your parents are invited to an afternoon of safe trick-or-treating at Crystal Springs Camp and Retreat Center! Churches, businesses and organizations from all over Michigan’s Great Southwest will be decorating cabins and houses around our facility and will be giving away lots of candy to our… Continue Reading Annual Community Trick or Treat at Crystal Springs

Michigan musician shares his gifts

Worship team at 2017 Annual Conference

The Conspirator Collective is a community of musicians and artists sharing their work for the betterment of all.  Meet Caleb Williams, Minister of Worship and Arts at Royal Oak 1st United Methodist Church.

Where the hymnal stops

A green list. A yellow list. They measure the theology, language and sing-ability of CCLI’s most popular songs. 

Music Director – Trinity UMC, Grand Rapids

  Music Director Position: 18 hours a week Willing to be flexible with duties per candidate’s skill set, talent and interest Hours to be determined after skill set and interest established Proficiency in keyboard, teaching and leadership skills desired Salary range- $20,000 per year   Trinity United Methodist Church Community and Mission: Trinity United Methodist… Continue Reading Music Director – Trinity UMC, Grand Rapids

Music centers the soul

Clark Retirement Community in Grand Rapids is using music to engage more than 100 residents.

Building bridges with music

Joe Kye, self-proclaimed “immigrant musician,” plays his violin to celebrate diversity.

Joining the chorus

A mother remembered for her love of God, family and music.

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