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Liturgy Lesson: Trumpets, Tears and Ashes

Each Sunday we gather to worship having spent the week scattered at different places of work.  Worshipping together reminds us...

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Liturgy Lesson: The Story of Creation

Every week when we come together for worship, through our liturgy, we enter into a story. This story is not...

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New Psalm Contest – Interesting Facts

Liturgy Lesson appearing in the liturgy on Sunday, January 27, 2019: In today’s worship service we are privileged to premier...

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COS New Psalm Contest

Church of the Servant is pleased to announce the Tenth Anniversary of the New Psalm Contest Read more about the...

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New Psalm Contest Signup

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2019 New Psalm Contest

In an effort to encourage Psalm-singing, Church of the Servant invites congregational songwriters to submit a Psalm-based song to the...

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Lessons & Carols 2018

In December, as we have done for many years, we heard the salvation story told through the scripture and song...

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2018 New Psalm Contest Top Choices

In the spirit of encouraging the singing of new Psalm settings in worship, the judges would like to share their...

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2018 New Psalm Contest Winner

Church of the Servant is pleased to announce that Noah McLaren’s setting of Psalm 71, “All My Life,” has won...

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2018 New Psalm Contest

In an effort to encourage Psalm-singing, Church of the Servant invites congregational songwriters to submit a Psalm-based song to its...

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2017 New Psalm Contest Winner

Church of the Servant is pleased to announce that Greg Scheer’s setting of Psalm 40, “Patiently,” has won the 2017...

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New Psalm Contest Judging Process

The names of the composers are anonymous to both the volunteer judges and the Church of the Servant (COS) minister...

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