New Perspectives on Worship
Thursday, November 14, 2002
8:30 am - 11:00 am Pacific
Doug Lawrence, Joseph Garlington, and Rick Muchow will challenge you to STRETCH your understanding and re-think your premises about worship in today's church. Focusing on a fresh assessment of this issue, the presenters will walk you through an examination of how our churches are addressing the mandate to be worshippers in a secularized world.
They will utilize an analytical tool especially developed for this seminar:
S--Strengths and Weaknesses
T--Threats from Within and Without
R--Resources to Be Deployed
T--Theology and Point-of-View
H--Hopes and Dreams
Using an interactive format, the speakers will both explain and demonstrate ideas and approaches that you can incorporate into the worship ministry of your church, to add life and relevance to the worship experience. Through the issues and questions raised during this seminar, the goal is to bring a freshened perspective on all that God is calling us to BE and DO as both the leaders and the led in Christian worship.
Who should attend this seminar:
- Worship leaders
- Worship team members
- Youth leaders
|Doug Lawrence, Minister of Worship, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
Doug Lawrence has been serving at MPPC for 15 years. A native of El Segundo, California, he has worked as a college music teacher, studio singer and concert artist with orchestras.
|Bishop Joseph Garlington, Senior Pastor, Covenant Church of Pittsburgh
In 1971, Bishop Garlington and his wife, Barbara, founded a nondenominational inner city church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. That church is now Covenant Church of Pittsburgh, a thriving multiracial expression of reconciliation and community with a membership of 2,000 people.
Garlington hosts a daily radio broadcast called "Free Indeed" and a weekly television show in Pittsburgh. He was recently the featured worship leader on a Maranatha! music recording, and has also recorded three other worship albums. He has authored two books: Worship: The Pattern of Things in Heaven and Right or Reconciled: God's Heart for Reconciliation!
|Rick Muchow, Musical Director and Music Pastor, Saddleback Church
Rick Muchow has been Musical Director and Music Pastor at Saddleback Church since 1987, when the membership of the church was about 1500. Today, over 1000 people are involved in the Magnification Ministry alone. This includes all aspects of the Creative Arts, including music, drama, dance, video, audio, and visual arts. Rick is now managing a music ministry that is larger than most churches and providing music for 5 weekend services and many
conferences too numerous to mention.
|Thursday, Nov.14, 2002
|8:30a - 11:00a
|9:30a - 12:00a
|10:30a - 1:00p
|11:30a - 2:00p
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