How loud, how contemporary or traditional are usually the difficult conversations had between pastors, boards, and congregations.
However, some churches and worship leaders are taking it a step further by introducing different genres, creative elements, a diverse platform, and multiple languages so that their stage presence connects with the people in the community and is inclusive of many of the cultural dynamics that embody their surrounding demographics.
If you’ve ever considered trying to learn from some of the leading practitioners in our Wesleyan movement and across North America, you’ll want to join us for two webinar-style sessions.
Our first two sessions will have four panelists who will share best practices followed by Q&A.In our last session, participants engage with each in a learning lab breakout session experience.
If you believe your church would benefit from this type of information and conversation, we invite you to watch our Webinars about Multiethnic Worship.
Webinar (Part I)
Lauren Netherland – Worship Pastor @ Horizons Church, TX
Vanessa Alvarez – Worship Director @ The Edge Urban Fellowship, MI
Brian Fuller – Worship Art Pastor @ New Hope, NC
Joel Lopez – Worship Producer @ Heartland Church, IN
Webinar (Part II)
Brant Porter – Worship Arts Pastor @ Kentwood Community Church, MI
Felecia Sims – Director of Worship for Students and Children @ Christ Wesleyan Church, NC
Chase Stancle – Lead Pastor @ Unison, MI
Abi Grala – Worship Director @ Tribes Church, MI
Luigi Peñaranda – Biblical Studies and Leadership Studies Professor @ Wesley Seminary
Mark Patterson – Lead Worship Director @ Heartland Church, IN