The Arts in Mennonite Churches

Congregational singing is an especially important aspect of worship in the Mennonite tradition, the most unique aspect of which is unaccompanied four-part congregational singing. A new congregational hymnal and the contributions of many Mennonites in various artistic arenas are important signs of renewed vitality in the Mennonite churches.

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