Drumming is about so much more than “performing” rhythms. We can utilize percussion to bring about some truly powerful, prayerful experiences…
Barbara Newman, LaTonya Penny, and Ken Medema – Renovate Church: Personalization (2019 Alleluia Conference)
How can the church support individuals and families for whom church is very difficult? Including individuals in the life of the church who have disabilities or extenuating
Mark Burrows – Music with Mister Mark: Circle Time Music in Early Childhood (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Young children truly do have the capacity to grow in their faith, and what better tool to foster that growth than music. We will…
In this session of practical music ministry, we will examine the Importance of foundational personal concepts for the Music/Worship leader. The concepts include: Who am I? Whose am I? Faith, God, Church, and Worship. We will then…
Barbara Newman & LaTonya Penny – Renovate Church: Participation in Children’s and Youth Ministry (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Can we include kids with varied abilities in our Children and Youth ministries? Yes! Boldly go where others have seen success in Children’s settings using Universal Design and Universal Design for Learning
Join us for Thursday’s worship gathering at the 2019 Alleluia Conference led by Ken Medema and students from the Baylor School of Music. Preacher Erin Conaway delivers sermon.
We will explore ways to use found objects and body percussion to develop percussion experiences that celebrate God’s creation and our role in it.
Barbara Newman, LaTonya Penny, and Ken Medema – Renovate Church: Perspective (2019 Alleluia Conference)
Where do you begin the conversation about becoming a community of belonging for persons with varied abilities? Perspective. Discover how puzzle pieces of green (strengths/gifts) and pink (weaknesses, areas of struggle) inform
How can children be a part of worship in your church? This session will cover creative ideas for including children in leadership in corporate worship.
Drums, rattles, and bells, oh my! We will play easy-to-learn grooves to help us experience God’s Great Story from the inside-out.
In between all the notes and rhythms are often where our greatest opportunities for music ministry take place. We will explore some ways to…
This session is designed to introduce you to a variety of ways to have fun with instruments. Join us as Wynn Anne walks us through multiple ways to connect children to
Join us for Wednesday’s worship gathering at the 2019 Alleluia Conference led by Ken Medema and students from the Baylor School of Music.
Robert Creech – Family Systems and Congregational Life: A Map to Ministry (2019 Alleluia Conference)
We will explore how understanding the ways that congregations function like families provides a “map,” or way of thinking about ministry, that can guide leaders and ministers in their relationships.
In this session Wynn Anne will discuss tips and techniques on how to develop the child’s voice and teach them to sing in harmony!
The 2019 YouthCue Concert featuring Randy Edwards and the San Antonio Youth Chorale Chamber Choir.
As children’s music ministers, we are uniquely situated to advocate for the inclusion on children in the worship life of the community. The hymns
The class will take apart a score and discuss and select the myriad choices the conductor must make prior to the first rehearsal. If we don’t make the choices, the singers will!
Building expressive tone in warm-ups and rehearsals. The class will discuss and participate in vocal, mental, and physical warm-up exercises. The class will also briefly discuss and implement various seating arrangements and
In this session Gregory Peterson will cover a variety of practical tips for creative hymn playing.
We will use singing, body percussion, movement, and drama – some of the gifts God gave us – to help bring God’s word to life in amazing ways for our children.
Join us for the opening worship gathering at the 2019 Alleluia Conference at Baylor University. Led by Randall Bradley and students from the Baylor School of Music