Sing music truly inspired
for praise and worship
Does your church struggle with congregational involvement in singing?
Are you longing for music with lyrics full of gravity and depth?
What might happen if your church sang the same psalms Jesus sang to his heavenly father when he walked the earth?
Is it hard to find songs in your repertoire that can help make sense of today’s world?
Are you singing songs that worship every facet of God’s character?
Is it time to reform what songs your church sings for worship?
Musically true to the great reformation
CONNECT WITH THE CHURCH OF ALL AGES AND PLACES
A congregation that sings the Psalms of the Bible is rooted in the church of all ages. First published 450 years ago in French, the Genevan Psalter has been rendered into dozens of languages and consistently used by thousands of churches throughout the world up until today.
Listen to the Psalms
The Jubilee Octet choir has recorded a selection of Psalms set in the Genevan tunes.
Each video demonstrates how the psalm might be sung in unison as a congregation, and then in four-part harmony.
“the Psalms of David are inspired by the Holy Spirit. And for this reason, when we sing them, we are assured that God puts the words in our mouth, as if he himself were singing through us to exalt his glory.”
- John Calvin
Review at The Heavy Laden Bookshelf
Review by Marian Van Til in Christian Renewal
Review by David Koyzis
Annie Kate introduced New Genevan Psalter on her home-school blog
Dr. R. Scott Clark reviewed New Genevan Psalter on his Heidelblog
Mr. Michael Kearny reviewed New Genevan Psalter on URC Psalmody
Rev. Slabbert Le Cornu reviewed New Genevan Psalter on his blog Pro Regno.
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