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Developed by The Pratt Green Trust, HymnQuest is a comprehensive hymn database that gives subscribers and licence holders access to full texts. The online app enables you to search all its indexes – first lines, tune names, authors, composers, metres, biblical and thematic references, lectionary, and full text searching.
NMCGB brings together singers from across the Methodist Church in Great Britain. NMCGB is a living demonstration that the Methodist Church wasn’t just born in song, but is living and thriving in song now, too.
Part of the Jubilate group, RESOUNDworship is a group of British worship-songwriters seeking to resource the church. Many resources offered completely free and a small charge for some that are more costly to produce.
In December 2019 Singing the Faith Plus became part of the main Methodist Church website. It supports and complements the 2011 Methodist hymn book Singing the Faith. It includes comprehensive search and indexing, lectionary suggestions, new hymns and more.
WGMA are singers, instrumentalists and scholars who share an interest in the sacred and secular music of the men and women who performed from the west galleries of English parish churches during the 18th and 19th centuries.
Established in 1994 at the Lantern Methodist Church in Raynes Park. People of all ages and abilities can learn performing arts skills and be involved in theatre projects and performances. Incorporates the Lantern Theatre Company, which tours churches, schools, hospitals and prisons with a range of shows for a range of ages.
Manna Ministries runs dance, drama and music theatre classes for children, young people and families at centres in the West Midlands, Surrey, and Sussex. Founded and run by Gary and Jaime Crick, who are registered full-time Christian workers with the charity Stewardship.
Faith Motivated Arts – a Christian theatre company inspired by the life and teaching of Jesus, with a mission to be a centre of excellence, releasing, empowering and equipping people through the creative arts.
Book by Ruth Wood and Priscilla Nunnerley: making banners; guidance on themes, colours, lettering and techniques; how a group of banner-makers can receive inspiration; and why banner making is so rewarding.
Motivated by a Christian view of life, ArtWay seeks to open up the world of the visual arts.Its goal is to hand people a key to this world that is rich and fascinating yet sometimes hard to enter. Netherlands based, with an English language version of the site. Weekly email meditations are available.
Christian Artists Together is a community of artists working in and for the glory of God, the aim being to support, inspire and encourage others in their creative field, whatever that might be! It's about sharing our experiences, techniques and knowledge. “Artists standing with artists in the light of Christ”
The Christian Arts Trust was set up in 1981 by Ronald Mann, with the support of a few financiers, to provide opportunities for artists with Christian faith to develop new ideas and projects. The ‘seed corn’ grants that CAT make available enable artists to see the genesis of an idea take flesh.
NBS International is a US-based organisation with an international membership. It is an ecumenical, deeply caring, inclusive, openly welcoming community of pastors, Christian educators, storytellers and laity.
This blog is designed to encourage the creative arts in telling God’s story, to showcase creativity in the Rochester Diocese and further afield, and to enable communities everywhere to connect with their creative side.
Taking its name from an essay by C.S. Lewis, Transpositions is the official online forum for the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts in the University of St Andrews. It aims to bring the conversation of theology and the arts to a broader audience.