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In recent years, new music and worship styles have enriched the worship styles have enriched the worship experience, from contemporary worship and praise music to world music. New hymnody offers modern images and refreshing tunes that tell the old, old story. Churches can continue to sing the hymns they treasure and add newer music to their worship life!
This flash drive was created for the purpose of projecting the contents of the "The Faith We Sing" hymnal (CBD #090549) through a projection system for worship and educational use. It contains PowerPoint® files for all 284 songs. You have a choice of a Cross & Flame or photographic backgrounds.
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2014
The Faith We Sing: Pew Edition with Cross and FlameAbingdon Press / 2000 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
$14.99Save 33% ($5.00)
This USB flash drive contains PowerPoint® files for all 284 songs (words only) in The Faith We Sing. Presented in an updated format, these files have been enhanced with new thematic background images, including the Cross and Flame® of The United Methodist Church.
The Faith We Sing provides a rich collection of music that reflects a wide diversity of Christian worship styles. Included are hymns written between 1985 and 2000; praise music; global (world) music; American ethnic music; gospel songs; service music; and liturgical chants from the Taizé community.
The files are listed by title and number as they appear in the print edition of The Faith We Sing. Title and first-line indexes are also included.
This edition helps congregations continue to enhance their worship experience by offering modern, refreshing music and images.
This flash drive was created for the purpose of projecting its contents through a projection system for religious and educational use. Any additional uses will require that the user obtain either (1) permission from the owner of the copyrighted work or (2) a blanket license from a third-party licensing company, such as OneLicense (www.onelicense.net) or CCLI (www.ccli.com). Please refer to the copyright owners or licensing companies for more information.