The Psalms (or any of the rest of God’s Word) are not sung in Reformed worship as often as they once were. In some places neither the Psalms nor any other part of Scripture are sung at all but it is still done and by folks from a variety of cultures. Recently my friend Leon Brown alerted me to the existence of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Selma, AL, a historically African-American congregation where God’s Word is sung in worship, without accompaniment as it was sung in the early church and later in the Reformation and post-Reformation periods by the Reformed. In 1996 the LA Times published an unusually well-researched AP story about the congregation and its practice of worship. If you’re unfamiliar with this aspect of the Reformed tradition, this article is a good place to begin.