Christian Copyright Solutions. Don’t let your set list be limited by your streaming license song catalog.
WORSHIPcast is the only church streaming license that covers internet performance rights for 17 million Christian and secular songs from the catalogs of ASCAP, BMI and SESAC. Annual fees start at only $225. Why a church streaming license? There is a religious service exemption in U.S. copyright law that allows churches to perform copyrighted music during religious services. The exemption does NOT cover the re-transmission of those services over the internet.
Whats songs are covered? The WORSHIPcast church streaming license allows you to webcast your performances of songs in the ASCAP, BMI and SESAC catalogs, covering over 17 million Christian and secular songs. Why does the catalog size matter? If a song is not covered by your church streaming license, you have three options. How much does WORSHIPcast cost? Click to BUY NOW! What can I do with WORSHIPcast? Do I have to report? LifeWay Worship Track Streaming License.
Chalice Light. Chaliceout - Love, dance us from one year to the next, with great hope, great thankfulness & great joy. chalicelight - Wisdom help us dare to be creative in our maladjustment, our loving, our dreaming & our making peace chaliceout - Wisdom may we find meaning and purpose in making peace, caring for the earth, & loving one another. chalicelight - Lover of Life may we lean into our greater purpose of loving boldly, living compassionately, & creating joy. chaliceout - Working together, may we make a more equitable & just, peaceful & joyful world. chalicelight - Working together, may we gift the world with what is right & good & beautiful. chaliceout - Joy you bless us with meaningful work in our responsibilities of love, community, & justice. chalicelight - May we delight in this life, this work, these responsibilities we share by being born, by living now!
Chaliceout - Wisdom help us speak well & responsibly for the public good. Unitarian Universalist Quotes. Goodness is an art to be studied in our lives.
Durant Drake (Unitarian, professor of philosophy), American Unitarian Association Religious Education #14, quoted by Richard S. Gilbert, In the Middle of A Journey The letter of morality kills: the spirit of morality, which is the love of right, the love of truth, an inward truthfulness of soul, a fidelity to one’s own highest nature, an aspiration after whatever things are pure, and lovely, and noble, — this it is which fills the soul through and through, at once with magnanimity and humility, at once with courage and modesty; makes us faithful without pedantry, and holy without cant and pretense. James Freeman Clarke, The Hour Which Cometh (1868) p.20 (Unitarian, clergy, author, reformer) Setting is preliminary to brighter rising; decay is a process of advancement; death is the condition of higher and more fruitful life. E. Henry Birdsall Soule (Universalist, author, clergy) quoted by Caroline Augusta Soule, Memoir of Rev.