Allison Lewis

  • In Memoriam: Dr. Carl Flentge Schalk

    In Memoriam: Dr. Carl Flentge Schalk

    The life of Dr. Carl F. Schalk (1929–2021) is certainly one of the clearest and longest proclamations of the Gospel ever heard in the world of Lutheran church music. He was a beloved...

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  • Four Instrumental Pieces for Thanksgiving Worship

    Four Instrumental Pieces for Thanksgiving Worship

    Thanksgiving is approaching, and it’s likely that you or your music director and worship team have started planning for Thanksgiving services. If you’re looking for music to add a...

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  • Handbell Guidelines for Sundays in a Pandemic

    Handbell Guidelines for Sundays in a Pandemic

    If you are a church musician, especially a handbell ringer, the last time you practiced was likely months ago. Or maybe your church is slowly allowing ringers and choirs to play again,...

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  • Unison, 2-Part and 3-Part Choral Music for Sundays in a Pandemic

    Unison, 2-Part and 3-Part Choral Music for Sundays in a Pandemic

    If you’re a church musician, chances are high that the way you’ve performed music (or haven’t) at church has been completely different from “normal” circumstances. Maybe you’ve switched...

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  • How 6 Popular Lutheran Service Book Hymn Tunes Got Their Names

    How 6 Popular Lutheran Service Book Hymn Tunes Got Their Names

    Think about your favorite hymn in Lutheran Service Book. If you have a hymnal handy, take a minute to look it up. In the bottom right corner of the page, there’s probably a name listed...

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  • Heather Ruesch’s Experience at the March for Life

    Heather Ruesch’s Experience at the March for Life

    Friday, January 24, 2020, marked the 47th annual March for Life in Washington, DC. Each year, hundreds of thousands of men, women, and children walk in protest through Capitol Hill on...

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  • Celebrating Composer Dr. Carl Schalk

    Celebrating Composer Dr. Carl Schalk

    Today, we are celebrating an extraordinary event at Concordia Publishing House. Dr. Carl F. Schalk, renowned composer, music educator, distinguished professor, and beloved mentor turns...

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  • Heather Ruesch “You Matter” Tour

    Heather Ruesch “You Matter” Tour

    “You matter.” It’s a simple, three-syllable phrase loaded with meaning. So meaningful, in fact, that Heather Ruesch, author of Sexuality Mentality, is touring the country talking...

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  • Worship as a Communal Experience

    Worship as a Communal Experience

    Worship is transcultural, but it is also supertemporal. Community worship bridges time and enables all believers living in the “now” to glimpse eternity. Whether it is...

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