Liturgical Planning Guide: Help is just a click away!

Are you looking for new music for worship but don’t have time to search through catalogs? Our Liturgical Planning Guide has a variety of resources to help.

We’re excited to share our recently updated website, renovated with you in mind. This handy tutorial will walk you through this new part of our site and give you access to the planning resources.

To start, click on the Planning Guide button found on the homepage.


On the Planning Guide page, there are three large buttons, two for Lectionary and one for Downloadable Liturgical Music. Our Lectionary planning pages are the most popular part of our website! Here you will find a Sunday-by-Sunday list of appropriate choral titles as well as monthly, seasonal, and special resources that include organ and instrumental titles. The Revised Lectionary section includes suggestions for readings and congregational hymns, referencing matching tune selections.

The Downloadable Liturgical Music Portal is where you’ll find an increasing number of resources that are available for download, with the option to filter the results with your particular criteria. Stay tuned!

The Planning Guide page also allows you to filter our liturgical music by a set of Categories. Click on a specific denomination or category of hymn resources to access a list which can be filtered further by sub-categories specific to that denomination. Or simply skip those Categories and use the filters below.

E.g., clicking SAB under “Voicing” will give you all of the SAB titles found in this planning section. Customize your search further with additional filters as desired.

Planning Guide Homepage

We hope you will take advantage of these new features. Don’t forget to take advantage of our viewing samples and demo recordings, which will further streamline your planning!

To get started, click here.

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2 thoughts on “Liturgical Planning Guide: Help is just a click away!

    1. Hi Judy – We have resources for Year B up through the end of 2017, and will get resources for 2018 up in the next couple weeks!

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