Tag: Hugh Wetmore

The blessing of load shedding

[notice]Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column.[/notice] As I sat down in the congregation last Sunday, I noticed the absence of the usual band up front. The only instruments were a piano and a […]

Continuity in the service-flow: Indexing your song database

[notice]Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column.[/notice] Achieving a cohesive “flow” in the Worship Service is dependent more on the Content of the Words than the Key of the Music.  Our August Worship Column […]

Continuity in the service flow

[notice]Hugh Wetmore is a songwriter and student of worship trends. He invites you to join the worship conversation by commenting on his monthly column.[/notice] Worship Leaders tend to have differing paradigms for ensuring a homogenous “flow” in the Worship Service.  Those with a “chord” orientation, such as guitars and keyboards, are […]