Worship Arts Camp
Create and explore the philosophical, practical, and spiritual components of what Christians are called to do every day: worship. Students will make music together, learn about being part of a band, explore songwriting, learn about what the Bible teaches regarding worship, and think deeply about how we practice corporate worship today.
Dates: 2024 dates TBA
What will Worship Arts Camp Be Like?
From the first day, you’ll join with other students to play in a worship band as a singer or an instrumentalist, or both. You’ll learn about creative approaches to worship arts – how to move beyond “3 songs and a sermon,” explore songwriting, and discuss worship philosophy.
You will learn to take a comprehensive approach to worship, using our hearts, minds, and bodies. We will read and think about worship, discuss practical approaches to worship, and practice worshiping together. As a final showcase project, you’ll craft a creative worship experience that you will lead students from other camps in at the end of the week.
This camp is deal for someone who has done some playing music or singing in school or church. You’re encouraged to bring any instrument you can play proficiently, and we’ll put together bands based on the skills you bring.
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Department Co-Chair and Assistant Professor of Music
- DMA, Conducting, Boston University
- MM, Choral Conducting, Indiana University
- BM, Vocal Performance, Taylor University
Adjunct Professor of Music