Posts Tagged ‘transitions’

One Tip to Make a Volunteer-Driven Service Feel Professional

Throughout my years as a worship leader, I’ve worked with a number of volunteers who were not comfortable on stage, got the shakes, and had little to no experience working with a microphone. Everybody has specific issues to work on, but there is a single common issue I’ve seen, without fail, that every volunteer needs…

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How to Lead Worship in a Multigenerational Setting

Our church sits on a corner. To the north are several retirement communities and to the south are expanding neighborhoods bursting with young families. One of our church’s key values is to be relevant; but how can a church be relevant to such a diverse community? When I began here we were planning two services: classic…

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Transitioning Worship Style: 3 Key Factors

“Grab a hymnal from the seatback in front of you and turn to #134 – Victory in Jesus.” Those were familiar words to me growing up in church. I was raised on hymns, which to this day still play an important role in my family and our church. But, even back then, some hymns didn’t connect well…

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