Training Youth for Worship Leadership


The free webinar on Training Youth for Worship Leadership with Dr. Eric Mathis is now available for you to watch and learn from. Share it with your worship teams, pastors, worship committees, and anyone who will benefit from learning more about training young people to lead in worship.

Additional resources:

Recommended on the webinar:

  • Youth Worship Sourcebook by Sarah Kathleen Johnson
  • Book, Bath, Table, and Time: Christian Worship as Source and Resource for Youth Ministry (Youth Ministry Alternatives) by Fred P. Edie, available from Amazon
  • Anima - — resources include short teaching videos
  • About Worship’ — coming in the fall, a textbook for training teenagers about worship from Anima

From Reformed Worship:

From the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship:

Recommended books on worship:

  • The Worship Architect by Constance Cherry
  • The Worship Pastor by Zac Hicks
  • Essential Worship: A Handbook for Leaders by Greg Scheer

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I am so grateful to listen and learn from these webinars. During the Q&A section, it can be very difficult to listen because the host’s voice is very loud and the featured speaker is much softer in comparison. Hoping this comment is helpful to improve the sound balance so it doesn’t hurt the listeners’ ears!


Thanks for all the work and prep that goes into these webinars!

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Hi Kristina, thanks for your comment here. We do apologize for the big volume changes in this webinar on youth and worship with Dr. Eric Mathis. We aren't sure why this problem was so pronounced in this recording. The other webinars that we've done have some small variations in volume, but not like this one. Please accept our apology. We are continuing to strive to improve the volume and quality of the webinars.