Looks like things are finally getting off the ground over at the Evangelical Lutheran Worshiplog.
Hosted by Sinden.org, the Worshiplog proposes to blog the content of Evangelical Lutheran Worship, "one page at a time". Evangelical Lutheran Worship, released Tuesday 3 October 2006, is the next official hymnal and primary worship resource for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
The Worshiplog has just posted their first article in about five months. Here's an exerpt about the cover:
If that's not a promising start, I don't know what is.
A new hymnal is exciting news indeed! The last hymnal release we remember was The Presbyterian Hymnal way back in 1990. Those were the days.
Confession: Yes, somehow we missed the New Century Hymnal (United Church of Christ) in 1995.
Worshiplog helpers? going over 1200 pages of new hymnal is a big task, even if you really like hymns. If you want to help out, let me know.
Fire tangent: Yes, the new hymnals are hot right now (hard to get a hold of if you haven't pre-ordered), but I haven't seen any flames leaping off the page. No word yet on whether this feature will be implemented in later editions.
Unrelated: I've heard people say the Anglican Communion is falling apart, but is it really held together by duct tape?
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