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Learn about the practice of fasting in the Bible and the Reformed tradition. See related pages: Ash Wednesday, Season of Lent, Presbyterian Worship
This hymn celebrating the faith of the Reformed tradition, based on Book of Order G-2.0500, was written by Carolyn Winfrey Gillette.
This hymn for the Calvin Jubilee (1509-2009), based on Calvin’s motto (“I offer you my heart, Lord”), was written by David Gambrell.
This World Alliance of Reformed Churches official hymn for the Calvin Jubilee (1509-2009) was written by Greg Scheer.
Explore a Reformation-era worship practice by singing a metrical setting of the Ten Commandments to a sixteenth century Genevan tune; text by David Gambrell.
Explore a Reformation-era worship practice by singing a metrical setting of the Apostles’ Creed to a sixteenth century Genevan tune; text by David Gambrell.
This worship service for Reformation Day is adapted from John Calvin’s Form of Church Prayers, first published in Geneva (1542) and Strasbourg (1545); prepared by Rev. John Bush of Decatur,… Read more »
by Sheldon Sorge The author goes to the sources, exploring impulses to unity within the reformed tradition. Dr. Sorge’s reading of Calvin, set within the context of Ephesians 4, shows… Read more »
By Lukas Vischer Occasional Paper #20 gathers together some of Calvin’s statements about unity and provides an interpretive framework for understanding Calvin, the Reformed tradition and our own situation. The… Read more »