Worship Networks & Organizations

Biblical Worship Section of the Evangelical Theological Society

“A forum for evangelical scholarship that analyzes the practice of Christian worship from historical, biblical-theological, and pastoral/practical perspectives. . . . The consultation aims primarily to encourage and model academic study that supports renewal and reform in the worship of evangelical churches and promotes education about worship in evangelical institutions.” On this site are posted the papers from past sessions at ETS’ Annual Meetings.

Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

The Calvin Institute fosters the renewal of local church worship through book and hymnal publication, extensive online resources, and a major annual Symposium.

Doxology and Theology

A group of mostly young, mostly Reformed worship leaders and teachers advocating deep biblical thinking in the realm of contemporary worship, giving doxology and theology their common due. A biannual conference and blog presence highlight this ministry.

Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies

The only graduate institute in North America focusing solely on the teaching of worship. Rich biblical emphasis with a distinct Anglican/liturgical flavor.