Web Resources

Presented here are Web Resources that may aid you in your work of ministry. Also note that many of the other main pages on this website include a listing of Web Resources specific to their topic.

http://www.CCLI.com (Christian Copyright Licensing International). Pay an annual fee based on weekly worship attendance numbers and have your church covered for copying music in your Sunday bulletins. Essential!

http://www.hymntime.com/tch/ (Hymns and Songs of Praise with lyrics, MIDI files, music scores, pictures, and histories. Good source for Public Domain music.

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/ (Bible passage search available in multiple English Bible translations.

http://www.cpdl.org/wiki/index.php/Main_Page (Choral Public Domain Library)

https://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page (Library of music in the Public Domain)

https://www.rscmamerica.org/ (Royal School of Church Music America)

United Adoration | Revitalizing the Creativity of the Local Church UA is a group of artists and clergy who lead retreats and events to help the local church and local artists create art that is meaningful to their local community. The organization engages artists and priests who seek to unite the church and local artists (songwriters, visual arts, poets, etc.) on a common mission.

https://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/welcome.jsp JW Pepper & Sons  (If it’s music in print, they can find it and order it.  Their current flat shipping rate is $9.00 no matter how much music you order and they allow you to order Preview copies.)

https://www.handbellworld.com/ Handbell World (Known to many as Jeffer’s Handbell Supply.  If it has to do with handbells, they have it.)

http://www.nightbloomingjazzmen.com/NBJ_Organ_Software.html  Dr. Les Deutsch (Dr. Deutsch was the project manager at JPL for the Mars Rover.  His father invented the first digital organ for Allen Organ Company.  Les is also a church musician himself and has many large fine instruments for Hauptwerk for free on his website.  Also check out the helpful user-friendly information on his website on how to voice an organ.)


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