Mission Statement
The Association for Reformed and Liturgical Worship, a voluntary association of congregations and individuals, covenants with God’s help, to cultivate, practice, and promote worship that offers a foretaste of the fullness of God’s Reign. This worship is Trinitarian, ecumenical, incarnational and sacramental; it is both universal and local and sends the church to live its liturgy, bringing God’s justice and grace to all of God’s creation.

Accepted by Membership at Annual Meeting of the Association, Seattle, July, 2004


Notice of Annual Meeting

A telephonic meeting of AR&LW members to elect Steering Committee Members and vote on amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association will be held at a date and time in September to be announced.
2017 & 2018 Coming Events
2017 Day-Long Regional Meetings on the theme Challenges To Worship In A Post-Election Church are being sponsored by AR&LW. Program details, which will vary by location, will be posted and sent by email as they become available.

August 14 – Portland, Oregon

Co-sponsored by the Church Music Institute with 7 scheduled presenters covering a variety of topics described here. Registrants are welcome to attend the Sunday evening, August 13, Choral Sing Through The Church Year program.

September – Grand Rapids, Michigan

Program details will be posted and provided by email as available.

October 3 – Princeton, New Jersey Seminary Library 10 am - 4 pm EST 

Program details will be posted and provided by email as available.

October – Twin Cities, Minnesota

Program details will be posted and provided by email as available.

2018 Convocation

Plans are being formulated for an event to be held at the Princeton Theological Seminary.

Now Thank We All Our God

AR&LW will meet July 16-20, 2017 in cooperation with The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada for its Now Thank We All Our God 2017 Annual Conference at the Conrad Grebel University College in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.  The Conference celebrates congregational song since the Reformation and the 500th anniversary year of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses with a focus on Protestant contributions to hymnody.  Reformed psalmody is a major emphasis of the program.

Conference details including daily schedules, plenaries, festivals, sectionals, costs and travel information, and registration are available at http://www.thehymnsociety.org/2017-waterloo.

Those interested in traveling to Waterloo, Canada should note U.S. citizens traveling to and from Canada must have a U.S. passport.  Processing of new or renewal applications may take up to 6 weeks.  Passport and other travel information provided by the U.S. Government is available at https://travel.state.gov/content/passports/en/go/checklist.html.