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All Are Welcome Means Nothing

All Are Welcome Means Nothing

 
"Clearly, the world has changed.
It’s changed for church leaders too—radically.
So what happens when church leaders are unaware of what’s going on around them?
It’s simple. Church leaders who are out of touch never touch the culture.
Missing the change around you means you will:

The Art of Worship Leadership Seminar at Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

The Art of Worship Leadership Seminar at Calvin Institute of Christian Worship

Dates & Time: 
Mar 25, 2017
This intensive seminar includes instruction in the role of the worship team, vocals and vocal harmony, guitar, piano, bass, drums, putting all the instruments together, rehearsing effectively, and leading worship. There will also be time devoted to the “other” instruments of the praise team: flute, violin, mandolin, etc. While this workshop is aimed toward team leaders, anyone who is on a worship team or hopes to lead one will benefit.
 
Location: 
2100 Chelsea NE, Grand Rapids, MI

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