Postponed - TBA
“‘Til the Power of the Lord Comes Down!” Music and Worship in the African-American Church Explo: Powerful singing is critical in the African-American church. Nothing sets the tone of worship like heartfelt and passionate praise to God. Learn ways to identify those with musical talent and how those with these gifts can be nurtured and encouraged to use them and develop them for the glory of God.
Discover ways to establish a music ministry even within a small budget. But there are many challenges these days with so many different tastes in music within a congregation. How do you address these issues of appealing to the various music preferences of various age groups? What can you do to create a music ministry that touches the hearts of all who enter your church to worship? How can you reach out through your worship and music to attract more people to your church? This event will address these issues and many more.
You will come together with pastors and music leaders who will provide powerful insights on ways to address these challenging and potentially divisive issues in the church around music and worship. Learn how to create change while minimizing tension and divisiveness. Discover readily available resources you can use to strengthen and revitalize your worship and music ministries. Get hands-on experience in developing effective and powerful worship experiences in your church. Be sure to bring your leadership team to this event—your worship will never be the same again!
- 1.3 CEU’S
- Leadership: Robert McMichael and Jarvis Wilson
Program Refund Policy: No refunds 30 days prior to event. Cancellations more than 30 days prior will receive a full registration refund less $35 administration charge.