Worship Ministries is hosting three new worship webinars this fall. See the dates and descriptions below. Please spread the word. Everyone is invited to join.
- The Mentor Project - November 7, 2018, 2:00pm EST.
Scripture says that “two are better than one.” Yet we who plan and lead worship often find ourselves alone in the task. Leaning on wisdom gleaned from interviews with a wide variety of worship leaders we will explore the benefits of mentoring relationships in worship planning and leading and discuss several effective methods for developing mentoring relationships. Joy Engelsman, preacher, pianist, event planner, and theologian, has blogged and written articles on worship and brings more than 35 years of experience and training to this webinar. Register here for this free, 1 hour webinar.
- A Conversation - How to Foster a Healthy Worship Life - Nov. 14, 2018, 11:00am EST
Katie Roelofs, worship pastor/leader in Washington DC, will host a conversation about how to foster a healthy worship life within our own homes. So often our jobs demand much of us and those we live with. Do we let our kids take on worship leadership or do we shy away from it? Holidays and Sundays look different for us than they do for the rest of the congregation. How do we work to foster healthy congregational participation and worship lives within our own homes? You are invited to engage in an open dialogue or just listen in. Our hope is that everyone will pick up a few concrete ideas and goals. Email email@example.com and we’ll send the you the video link to join this conversation.
- Using Technology for Leading Worship - Date and time coming soon.
Gregg DeMey, pastor, songwriter, musician, and worship leader will lead this webinar with several of his tech team from Elmhust CRC in Illinois. They will share best practices, lessons they have learned, give tips on what technology is best, and talk about overcoming fear of tech fails & glitches. Watch for the registration link to come soon.
All webinars will be recorded and saved as video resources for future viewing. You can access the current list of previously recorded teaching webinars below.