Songwriting with the Psalms (Presbyterian Outlook)


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This on-demand webinar focuses on the spirituality of the Psalms and the value of sung prayer. Guided by psalmist Richard Bruxvoort Colligan, you’ll soak in three delicious Psalm texts and write a simple community song for each of them: a song of celebration, a song of wonder and a lament.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Engage in a short study of Psalms 13, 100 and 23.
  • Learn the value of the Psalms for your worship context and in devotional practice.
  • Create three songs reflecting on your experience of the psalm texts.
  • Be connected to websites and books for further creativity.

Learn more about this on-demand webinar

About the instructor: Richard Bruxvoort Colligan is a full-time psalmist resourcing the wider church with adventurous community songs. His music has been published across denominations, including two pieces in the “Glory to God” hymnal. Richard lives in Strawberry Point, Iowa, with his wife Trish and teen son Sam.


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