Culture of Worship: How to develop healthy relationships
Saturday, October 5, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (EDT)
We serve in a context. The context of relationships. These relationships shape our culture of worship. In every direction, the health of these relationships determines the health of our culture of worship. Think about your relationship with God, yourself, your church leadership, your worship team, and your congregation. We’ll learn how to move forward in each of these key relationships and develop a strong culture of worship.
Here's the schedule:
7:30 - Pre-Event Sound Check Training (with a live band)
8:45 - Registration
9:00 - Welcome
9:10 - Worship with Grandview United Methodist Church
9:30 - Group Session — Relationships
10:00 - Coffee Break
10:15 - Breakout Sessions
12:00 - Lunch
After a general session, you'll have the chance to choose from the following Breakout Sessions:
A common question worship coach Dave Helmuth is asked about is how to encourage and engage a congregation in worship. Learn how to activate your congregation and equip your worship team to be biblical models that inspire worship.
Worship Vs Preaching Debate
God's word never returns void, but we were created to worship. We will worship God forever, but the word of God is eternal. Pastors and musicians have been debating for centuries…which is more important, the worship or preaching aspects of the gathering of God's people? Join Worship Pastor Brett Lovern and Teaching Pastor Jamie Mitchell as they engage in a lively debate over what's really important.
Sound Tech Demo with a Live Band
Join Tony Guyer and Grandview UMC's band as they give a live demonstration. You'll have time to ask your questions as you learn techniques of mixing a band in a live room. The space is set up well for attendees to stand behind the digital sound board (a Yamaha M7CL) so you'll be able to see, hear, and learn how to mix more effectively. Turn down the rock star please…
Bass and Drums
Join instructors as they discuss team dynamics and holding the groove with their instruments and with their co-band members.
Join Rick Rowe from Hopewell Christian Fellowship for a discussion on the many facets of modern worship keyboarding in today's churches. We'll talk about leading with keys, creating flow with patches, personal monitoring for improved musicianship and much more!
As a BONUS, bring your tech team to the Pre-Event Sound Check Training.
Join Tony Guyer and Grandview UMC's band for the pre-event walk through of a sound check before the group worship time. The space is set up well for attendees to stand behind the digital sound board (a Yamaha M7CL) so you'll be able to see, hear, and learn how to run a great sound check.
This event is designed for your WHOLE worship ministry! Bring them all and stay for lunch together.