worship design

3 Small Ways to Create Better Flow in Worship

3 Small Ways to Create Better Flow in Worship

What does it mean to have good flow in worship?

For me, flow means:

  • continuity
  • cohesion
  • an uninterrupted experience
  • continuous movement in one direction without bouncing around, pausing, or redirecting partway through

In contrast, a worship experience without flow may feel:

  • disjointed or mismatched
  • inconsistent
  • confusing or disconnected
  • distracting
  • awkward
  • thrown together

My Favorite Pinterest Boards for Worship Planning & Design

My Favorite Pinterest Boards for Worship Planning & Design

Pinterest is a great way to save inspiration and ideas from around the web - from home decor to dinner recipesgift ideas to inspiring quotesholiday celebrations to weddings to design inspiration. I love the visual pin-board look of the site, the ability to add captions (e.g. notes to self), and the embedded links for easy access later. In addition to personal inspiration, though, I've found Pinterest to be a great source for teaching resources and business advice. I've also started collecting some of my favorite tools, ideas, and resources for church musicians and children's choir directors (see here and here).

Pinterest is one of the first places I look for visual inspiration, especially when it comes to worship planning and design.

What have other churches done?
How do other congregations celebrate these seasons?
How can we incorporate more visual art into our services? 

Simply type your search terms into the box and sort by pins, pinners, or boards.

Here are a few of my new favorite boards for worship planning and design inspiration: