Digital Covenant eBook of Worship Now Available

CHICAGO, IL (February 6, 2013) – The new Covenant eBook of Worship has been released in conjunction with the 2013 Midwinter Conference and is available through CovBooks.com.

It is available for iBook and Nook versions and is currently available for purchase at a special introductory price of $19.95.

“The Covenant eBook of Worship joins a growing list of e-publications being developed by the Department of Communication in response to cultural trends favoring digital content and mobile access,” says Don Meyer, executive minister. “Work also continues on digitizing portions of Covenant hymnal content, as well as a number of often-requested Covenant publications that are either out of print or will be at some point.”

The Covenant Book of Worship is designed to help conduct worship services and special services such as baptisms, communion, weddings, funerals and more. It is a collaboration of hundreds of Covenanters who contributed advice and insight, prayers and calls to worship, and liturgies and laments and an invaluable resource to pastors and worship leaders.

Converting the print version into a digital format that retains the same familiar formatting as the print version required the involvement of several Covenant Communications staff members who invested approximately 200 hours on the project, said Steven Velez Luce, director creative services.

“At present, there is no plan to release the Book of Worship as a PDF,” says Velez Luce, due in part to copyright restraints. “However, you can view any ePub file on your home computer using one the following free, but powerful ePub readers,” he adds:

Adobe Digital Editions Home – A free desktop application to view and manage eBooks and other digital publications, for Windows and Mac.

Click here to purchase and download the new Covenant eBook of Worship.

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  1. I’m surprised this product is priced the same as the physical (printed) product. The $5 temporary discount is nice. I would rather see a regular retail price of $5 or $10.

    Editor’s note: Pricing is based on a need to recover development costs as well as royalties and other fees associated with securing permission to use copyrighted content.

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