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A Catalogue of Anthems and Motets for the Sundays of Lectionary Years A, B, and C. Complete Revised Edition, 2009, with Addendum
Incorporates the Revised Common Lectionary and the Roman Catholic Lectionary for Mass by William Wunsch, D.M.A.The Addendum to the Catalogue is a continuation of the original catalogue based on the Prayer Book Lectionary. The Roman Catholic Lectionary for Mass has been included, because non-Episcopal church musicians have used this resource so extensively. Proceeds from the sale of this publication go to The Anglican Musicians Foundation. Published by the Anglican Musicians Foundation. PDF Edition (via electronic delivery) $45

Musicians Called to Serve: A Handbook for the Selection, Employment, and Ministry of Church Musicians (Revised 2011)
This document is a helpful tool for both musicians and clergy. This revised edition includes the AAM Salary Guide (Revised 2017) and sample contract. The cost is $15.00, postage included. AAM members may download this document at no cost.

Servant Leadership for Musicians: A Vocational Handbook for Ministry
This publication includes educational information and resources for musicians in ministry leadership and is also intended to help church musicians identify problems in an employment relationship, providing practical recommendations for dealing with conflicts when they occur. The cost is $15.00, postage included.

A History of Music in the Episcopal Church
by Carol Doran and William H. Petersen
This is the 2nd edition of the AAM’s continuing education project and includes a Study Guide. The cost is $40.00, postage included.

History cover TNA Concise History of the Association of Anglican Musicians 1966-2016
by Victor Hill
This booklet records the history of the Association over its fifty years, from its founding in 1966 to the Fiftieth Anniversary Conference in Stamford, Connecticut. The cost is $4.00, postage included.

Creating Worship that WorksCreating Worship that Works:
Clergy and Musicians as Partners in Mission

This DVD seminar on clergy/musician relationships engages clergy and musicians in conversation about power dynamics, shared pastoral ministry and healthy collaborations. How do musicians and clergy work together effectively so that the worship of the church is rich and vital? A group of concerned clergy and musicians developed a symposium, held at Virginia Theological Seminary, which addressed this question. This teaching DVD is designed to serve as a discussion starter for small groups at workshops, conferences, and retreats. The cost is $20.00, postage included.

Featured Image: AAM Conference, England 2017. Photos by Dr. Homer Ferguson III.