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Voices Together Lent and Easter Sampler

This article originally appeared on Mennonite Church USA’s MennoSnapshots blog. by Benjamin Bergey, Katie Graber, Sarah Johnson, Bradley Kauffman, SaeJin Lee, Cynthia Neufeld Smith and Adam Tice, members of the Voices Together worship and song committee. The Winter 2019 Leader magazine...
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Voices Together: The invitation to communion

This article originally appeared on Mennonite Church USA’s MennoSnapshots blog. Sarah Kathleen Johnson is the worship resources editor for Voices Together and the editor of a companion volume for worship planners and leaders. She is a doctoral candidate in theology at...
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Is there such a thing as a Mennonite song?

This article originally appeared on Mennonite Church USA’s MennoSnapshots blog. Darryl Neustaedter Barg is energized by leading singing in worship in very diverse styles but feels most at home by the campfire. He is also a communicator employed by...
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Hymnal Visual Art Chosen

HARRISONBURG, Va. — Visual art for the Voices Together hymnal has been chosen by the Mennonite Worship and Song Committee. The 12 visual art pieces selected will appear in the forthcoming hymnal—including the pew, worship leader, digital app, and...
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Voices Together: Advent Resources

This post originally appeared on the Mennonite Church USA MennoSnapshots blog. Adam M. L. Tice is text editor for Voices Together. His hymn texts appear in numerous recently published hymnals. He lives in Goshen, Indiana, and attends Faith Mennonite...
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Hymnal volunteer hours valued at $296,280 annually

HARRISONBURG, Va. — Producing a new hymnal is a major undertaking. A project of this significance takes many hours and substantial funding. Before the Voices Together hymnal is ever produced, MennoMedia will spend approximately $700,000 in production and development...
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Creating a hymnal cover

Designers, editors, and marketers weigh in on Voices Together process First impressions are important. A great book cover catches your eye in three seconds and you pick it up to read further or you move on. As people who sing...
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