Feast Workshop Highlight

Post a Comment » Written on April 4th, 2011     
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Hey worship arts friends, I hope to see many of you at the Feast in June. (Learn more about the Feast here.) We’ve planned a variety of creative worship opportunities. And in particular, I’d like to be certain you know about this workshop facilitated by Paul Burger, worship arts director at DeerGrove Covenant Church and student at North Park Theological Seminary. Here’s the description.

Spiritual Learning Experience-Worship Focus

What is worship? The word “worship” has often been misunderstood in the modern Christian context. It has become synonymous with “music” and has lost its depth and rich theological significance. While this two-day experience cannot possibly hope to cover all of the depth of the theology of worship, the hope is that it will begin conversations that will further produce fruit within each individual’s context. This spiritual learning experience is geared towards youth and specifically towards those with an interest in music worship. The first half of each session will cover a practical approach to the theology of worship. The second half will be a practical experience as students come together and form a music worship team to play one/two songs during the final corporate worship service. As such, those participating will need to post a video of themselves either playing or singing on a Facebook page, which they will be invited to once they have registered.

– Doreen Olson
executive minister of Christian formation

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