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I listened to the sample track they have on their MySpace called "Strength in Weakness". Pretty good! We write some of our own worship music here at Rothesay Vineyard too and have made a cd of some of our best. This experience has led me to believe that worship music is going to become more and more indigenous to each community. The upside is that our own worship songs can be sung with such passion because they are our own articulations of our experience with God. The downside is that it may not be understood or embraced by another community in the same way. But I found this track quite accessible. thus says churchpundit!


I went to the site to listen to the song, and it would not work. Do you know of another place I could check them out?


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    where i come across creative ideas, liturgies, movies, music tracks, service outlines or anything that strikes me, i add them as worship tricks. i started these in april 2002 when i first began blogging and they have built up over the years so that i am now on the third series. this has proved a pretty popular feature of the blog.

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