« Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him; bless his name! For the Lord is good; his steadfast love endures forever, and his faithfulness to all generations. » Psaume 100.4-5

Ecclémusica’s goal: We desire to help our churches to enrich and develop their congregational singing. We seek to adapt to the needs of each church, whether that be organizing a Christmas program, working with young people on a music project, teaching hymn-playing for pianists, training songleaders, or putting together a multi-church concert.

How important is congregational singing in the local church, according to the Word of God? Here is a short summary that explains our convictions about this matter.

Role of congregational singing

Interested in more training ? If you would like to attend one of our training opportunities (and if you speak French!) you are invited to contact us by filling out this form.

Music & Bible Conference 2023

(Re)discover treasures from the past and present for congregation, choir, and children

Do you like to sing, play a musical instrument, or praise the Lord with music? Do you enjoy learning beautiful songs from the past and present? Are you eager to choose the best songs for a worship service, a children’s Bible club, or a choir? You are welcome to join us in southern France at Plan d’Aups this fall, October 23-28. Other than Chris Anderson’s preaching and teaching, the conference will be held in French. Registration deadline: September 14, 2023

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Training opportunities in 2022-2023

We have recently finished the winter session of PianoDac for Levels 1 and 2. We are currently producing Level 3. Lord willing, we will launch a new session for Levels 1 and 2 in June and again in September.

If you know a French speaker who is interesting in this training, they can find all the necessary information on the page PianoDac as well as a registration form. We already have a waiting list for the next session, but people are still welcome to sign up in the meantime.

Projects and resources from past years