Andrew Russell, a musician we had the privilege of having at New City Fellowship for a number of years, is getting ready to release an EP of his original music. We asked Andrew to share with us about his project.
Before this month’s New City Music Conference on July 25-28, Jim Ward sat down with Karen Ellis and RAANetwork to share his thoughts on where multicultural worship has come from over the last forty years, where it may be headed in the future, and his view of possible role of movements like spoken word and Reformed hip hop in liturgy.
This weekend at my church New City Fellowship (Univerity City) we are celebrating the cultural worship expressions of Latinos in our congregation. Our church has had a more vibrant relationship to Latinos in the past. This weekend, we are going to sing all Spanish songs.
Jim Ward has spoken through the years about the hard work that is required to become proficient with Black Gospel music. This article - an excerpt from his talk "Musicians not Magicians" provides a good intro.