Church Publishing Incorporated launches RitePlanning

Plan worship quickly and easily, week after week, with more resources, more access, and more support

Church Publishing Incorporated
Posted Jan 28, 2019

Every week, thousands of priests and administrators plan liturgies and create bulletins to support the worship of their parish. Church Publishing Incorporated is pleased to introduce a new tool to make that task simpler and easier.

Intuitive and user-friendly, RitePlanning is the ideal way to create a bulletin that meets the needs of the worshiping community, incorporating music and text as the planner chooses.

Draw from a library of authorized liturgical texts and music that includes the Book of Common Prayer, Book of Occasional Services 2003, Lesser Feasts and Fasts 2006, the NSRV Bible, The Hymnal 1982 (including service music), Lift Every Voice and Sing II, and so much more.

Save a template to make seasonal planning that much easier. RitePlanning also includes clip art keyed to the lectionary text of the day.

Because RitePlanning is web-based, new content will be added over the coming months and years. “We have a long history of developing worship planning tools and liturgical resources.” Mark Dazzo, SVP and Publisher, says. “We developed RitePlanning with our customers’ needs in mind.  The benefits of a web-based, easy to use interface, coupled with CPI’s comprehensive liturgical library, will result in time-savings on the user’s part and a richer and more engaging worship experience for the entire congregation.”

For the benefit of parishes, RitePlanning does not require additional licenses for additional users. Rectors, musicians, and administrators can all work independently on a bulletin—at any time, from any computer.

RitePlanning is a subscription-based service. A standard (including hymn texts only) and deluxe version (including hymn texts, tunes, and copyright permissions) are available. A free webinar and 14-day trial are available to help users discover the many features offered through the program. Visit for more information and to learn about introductory pricing.