Disclaimer: Most of these links are off-site and are not produced or maintained by The Singing School. While we believe that there may be worthwhile content on these pages, we do not necessarily subscribe to or support everything that can be found there.

The Texas Normal Singing School on Facebook
This is our main Facebook page. Like and watch this page for public news updates. Kindly LIKE and SHARE content from this page.

Friends of the Texas Normal Singing Singing School on Facebook
This private group is for alumni of the Singing School and helps us communicate with one another throughout the year and share ideas, ask/answer questions, and spur one another on to worship in excellence.

Church of Christ Hymn Writers (Facebook Group)
Church of Christ Hymnody is an active Facebook community of folks interested in and passionate about a cappella worship.

Enos E. Dowling Hymnal Collection
The Dowling collection at Lincoln Christian University is comprised of nineteenth-century hymnals that have been digitized and placed online for access by scholars, musicians, worship leaders, and others who may have an interest in or love for the music of the Stone-Campbell Movement’s heritage.

A History of Our Hymnbooks
Wayne Walker provides a thorough, article-length history of hymnals in the churches of Christ.

HymnalCollector Blog
Singing School instructor Levi Sisemore’s, through which he shares his ever-growing hymnal collection with interested readers.
Hymnary is a comprehensive index of over 5,000 hymnals, 1,000,000 published hymns, scores and media files, and information.

The Paperless Hymnal
Our own James Tackett produces the Paperless Hymnal.

Taylor Publications
Major purveyor and publisher of a cappella music resources, including the hymnals Songs of Faith and Praise and Songs for Worship and Praise.

Worship with Heart
Singing School alumnus and now faculty member Aaron Shotts served full-time as Minister of Music and Ministry Support for the church of Christ at Rockwall, Texas. During that time, he posted weekly of his chosen order of worship with comments about song choice, sermon-tie in, and musical styles. He still loves writing about church music and our time in worship together.