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Last Updated: Jul 1, 2015
These are freely available, recommended Christian worship resources on the Internet.
If you have suggestions concerning resources that could be added to this list, please feel free to
- Art and Faith Matters
"Art & Faith Matters provides ready-made and bespoke resources for congregations and individuals seeking to use the arts to enrich and express their faith. When the arts are part of a faithful life - corporately and/or individually - they remind us that God's first act in Hebrew scripture is to create. In Christian scripture Jesus uses the ordinary things of this world to express truths about God and God's ultimate reign."
- Christian Reflection Project
The online home of Christian Reflection: A Series in Faith and Ethics, which is published by The Institute for Faith and Learning at Baylor University. Christian Reflection offers reliable guidance in engaging the ethical dimensions of today's world. Its themed articles, inspirational pieces, book reviews, interviews, Christian art, liturgies, and hymns help the Church reintegrate Christian ethical reflection, worship, and art. Free study guides are available on this website to enrich personal or group study.
- Cyber Hymnal
Christian hymns & Gospel songs - including lyrics, sheet music, audio, pictures, biographies and history - from many denominations
- Ministry Matters
Developed by the United Methodist Publishing House of Nashville, TN and launched in 2011, Ministry Matters contains resources for church leaders and tools to facilitate collaboration. According to the creators, it is “a magazine, a reference library, and a social network.” Many of the resources are freely available, while others require a PTS network ID or PTS alum network ID* to access.
- Revised Common Lectionary
A service of the Vanderbilt Divinity Library
- "They Met to Read the Bible" a new hymn for Charleston
June 24, 2015 - The New Yorker magazine's Joshua Rothman profiles Princeton Theological Seminary alumna Pastor Carolyn Winfrey Gillette (Class of 1985), and the hymn she wrote in response to the killing of 9 African American worshipers gathered for Bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina on June 17, 2015.
*If you are a PTS alum, please visit the PTS Alumni/ae page on the Princeton Theological Seminary Library website. There, you will find instructions for establishing your PTS alum account, as well as a link to login with that account to access subscription databases (including Ministry Matters) purchased by the library specifically for you. Once you have logged in and selected "Ministry Matters (formerly iPreach)" from the list of databases, click on the “library” tab near the top of the screen and browse or search the collection. All of the content available via the library’s subscription is marked as “PURCHASED.”