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Audio, Acoustics, and Video in the Worship Setting – Part 1

Audio, Acoustics, and Video in the Worship Setting Part 1: Acoustics Our company is a design consulting firm. We design audio, video, and acoustic systems primarily for liturgical churches—Lutheran, Catholic, Episcopal, Presbyterian, etc. With 30-plus years of experience, we have worked with many situations both in new construction and in existing buildings. In this series Continued.

Wisdom from Wittenberg – Part 2

Wisdom from Wittenberg – Part 2 Martin Luther’s Pastoral and Practical Revisions of Worship Creativity is careful to honor the arts. Though Luther considered Karlstadt’s experiments to be troubling (see part 1), he realized that they weren’t unique. By 1524, worship experiments were underway all over Germany, many initiated by reformers who were becoming increasingly Continued.

Wisdom from Wittenberg – Part 1

Wisdom from Wittenberg – Part 1 Martin Luther’s Pastoral and Practical Revisions of Worship The story behind Luther’s creative worship In the year 1517, The Feast of all Saints—November 1—just so happened to fall on a Sunday.1 The alignment of this date and the day of the week wouldn’t have escaped the notice of Christian Continued.