$219 – $249

A Progressive Christian Songcrafting Retreat

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Woodmont Christian Church

3601 Hillsboro Pike

Nashville, TN 37215

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This conference is for all songwriters who feel called to create new music for worship and community singing that reflects a more just and generous expression of the Christian faith. If you long to write new songs that will help congregations embrace biblically based themes such as social justice, extravagant welcome, radical inclusion, a commitment to honoring the earth and it’s ecosystems, and the unconditional Love at the heart of the Gospel, this conference is for you!

Whether you are just beginning to learn how to create songs or are an experienced, established, and published composer, you will love this retreat. We will limit the registration to under 50 persons, enter into open-hearted community, share best practices, work on music collaboratively, and spend time writing and reflecting and encouraging the full development of each other’s gifts. One of our goals is to actually create some music during this retreat that will be featured prominently on the CMP website and used widely in churches and faith-based communities searching for great new songs to help them worship with passion and sing God’s dream for the world into being.

The retreat will be led by Interlude Director and well known songwriter Ken Medema, CMP leaders Bryan Sirchio, Andra Moran, and Richard Bruxvoort Colligan, Eden Theological Seminary professor and songwriter Christopher Grundy, and Bryan Johnson, the Director of music at Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago.

And of course we’ll be in Music City! So we’ll be sure to leave time to go out and experience some great Nashville nightlife.

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