If you’re like me, you go to church. If you go to church, you’ve probably noticed the wide array of ways we read music. From opening a book seated in the shelf of the pew in front of us to reading the letters of a hymn on the big screen. Have you ever looked for hymns yourself online? They’re sometimes easy and sometimes hard to come by! It doesn’t have to be that way anymore. A new website called “Hymnal Project” is sweeping the adventist musical world. The fastest and most mobile friendly site available, also comes in 8 different languages. You can load up hymnals in languages like Spanish, Croatian, Portuguese, Italian, French and even Russian!
But that’s not all. the Hymnal Project also has a few more things in it’s favor. It’s got a built in page for doing church hymn presentations! Super easy to navigate and takes the stress off of church leaders. Below is a screenshot of it:
If you’re a church leader, pastor or laymen; this could be very helpful. After finding a hymnal and choosing the hymn, every verse and refrain is loaded in order so all you have to do is click the right arrow key to keep the slide moving to the music. Next time you need to do a church slide or lead the music group, you needn’t look further than the Hymnal Project. Projecting slides and hymnal powerpoints has never been easier. You can find out more info on the Hymnal Presenter website by clicking the visiting the Presenter Info Page. If you’d like to learn more about the Hymnal Project click Here.