Music and Worship Summer Workshop - A Workshop for Church Leaders in the Pacific Northwest
Tuesday, August 16
Lake Grove Presbyterian Church, Lake Oswego, OR
WORSHIP AND MUSIC: A MATTER OF TASTE?
Confused about what is important in worship and music? It is hard to find time to reflect on foundational issues that help worship planners make wise decisions for leading worship. When choosing music for worship, we hopefully consider the theology of the words we sing. What about the music that accompanies the words? Does the music itself really make a difference? Is musical choice primarily a matter of taste, and if so, whose taste should prevail? What is the purpose of music for worship? These and other questions will be considered
by presenter Rev. Dr. Blair Monie, senior pastor of Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas, along with a panel of pastors, musicians and lay leaders from a variety of denominations in the Pacific Northwest. In addition, practical resources for leaders in clergy, choral and keyboard tracks will give current, quality materials and best practices to support quality music in worship.
Church Music Institute, in cooperation with American Choral Directors Association Presbytery of the Cascades Presbyterian Association of Musicians