CREATE - Worship Central 2011
Friday, June 24, 2011 at 7:00 PM - Sunday, June 26, 2011 at 5:00 PM (PDT)
Costa Mesa, CA
We serve a God that creates. As people that have been made in His image, we are also given the opportunity to create. All throughout history we have seen God's people used as creative forces both inside the church, as well as outside of the church. God is reminding His people of the power of creativity, and how we can glorify Him in how and what we create.
We also believe in the power of the Holy Spirit. No matter what we have been uniquely called to do, we need the empowerment of the Spirit. As worship leaders, musicians, artists, those working in the entertainment industry, God wants to fill us with His Spirit as we create.
On June 24-25 we will gather and be reminded of the power of creativity, and also encounter God together. The weekend will include three main sessions with extended times of worship, teaching, and prayer. We will have seminars offered for worship leaders, artists, and musicians. Lastly, there will be creative venues for you to process, discuss, and express what God is doing in you throughout the weekend.
What would happen if a generation was awakened to the call to create, fueled by the power of the Holy Spirit? We are praying that this weekend will encourage and refresh all that come.
Here are some details of what to expect.
Friday, June 24th
5:30pm - registration open
6:30pm - doors open
7:00pm - main session (Rockharbor Worship, Evan Wickham)
10:00pm - late night worship w/ Phil Wickham, creative venues open
Saturday, June 25th
8:00am - registration open
8:30am - doors open
9:00am - main session 2 (John Mark McMillan)
11:00am - seminars
12:00pm - lunch (food trucks on-site)
1:30pm - seminars repeated
2:30pm - doors open
3:00pm - main session 3 (Rockharbor Worship, Evan Wickham)
Here is a list of seminars that will be offered.
Educating The Imagination - Caleb Clements & Trever Hoehne
Do you ever feel stuck or uninspired? Hear the journey of what it looked like for an analytical thinker to begin to to unlock the imagination. This especially geared to songwriters and artists.
The Relationship of Worship Leader and Lead Pastor - Todd Proctor & Alan Frow
Many worship leaders and lead pastors have a tension in how they relate. Too often they work against each other, rather than as a team. Hear from two former worship pastors that are now both lead pastors as they share their thoughts and learnings.
Songwriting Panel - Tim Timmons & Travis Ryan
Songwriting is important and everyone approaches it differently. Here from a few songwriters how it works for them.
Effective use of the Arts in Church - Nick Benoit
We've all seen cheesy and awkward use of arts in the church, but is there a better way? Learn from what has worked at ROCKHARBOR from our fabulous Arts Director.
Mixing live worship - Paul Dexter & Scott Clement
Learn how it is possible to achieve great, consistent sound while training and using volunteers.
Developing the Next Generation of Worship Leaders - Keri Fox
Never before have there been so many young, eager worship leaders. How can we best develop them while maintaining a strong culture of worship in our churches?
For more information, visit worship.rockharbor.org