Author: Hugh G Wetmore

Architecture and musical style — Hugh Wetmore
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Architecture and musical style — Hugh Wetmore

Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column. Nebuchadnezzar had invaded Judah and demolished the beautiful temple which Solomon had built in Jerusalem. The important Jews were carried off into exile in Babylon, the […]

Songs at funerals — Hugh Wetmore
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Songs at funerals — Hugh Wetmore

Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column. How do we choose suitable songs for funerals, and memorial services? These are precious, intimate occasions, and the choice of music must be handled with sensitivity. […]

‘Songs that teach’ — Hugh Wetmore
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‘Songs that teach’ — Hugh Wetmore

Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column. Colossians 3:16 – The first Purpose of Singing: To Teach Because God wants our Lyrics to be rich in the Word, we must ask what is […]

Is singing the same as worship? — Hugh Wetmore
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Is singing the same as worship? — Hugh Wetmore

Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column. As 2018 swivelled into 2019, I was gripped by my devotional reading in Deuteronomy 31, 32. These chapters challenge the popular idea that congregational singing is […]