Scholarship to Worship Alive workshops

The Worship, Music, and the Arts Work Group of the Presbytery of Chicago is offering  scholarships to a Worship Alive! workshop. This offering is to honor the memory of Charles E. Dickerman whose love of worship, music, and the arts came to life through his service to the WMA Work Group as member, moderator, and newsletter editor and as co-chairperson of the Midwest Branch of the Royal School of Church Music.

The Worship Alive! workshops are for those individuals involved in or interested in becoming involved in planning and leading worship. The 2011/2012 series will examine new worship music resources on November 5 and 6, explore the scriptures through a focus on the verbs on January 28 and 29, and demonstrate ways to accentuate the impact of the worship space on March 10 and 11. The workshops are from 2 PM to 5 PM on Saturdays at the Presbyterian Church of Western Springs or at the United Church of Rogers Park on Sundays. The final event, titled Congregational Song in the 21st Century, will be a combination of workshop at 3 PM and concert at 5:30 PM at the Presbyterian Church of Western Springs. Read more for a fuller description.

Scholarship applicants must be a non-clergy member of a church within the Presbytery of Chicago. Scholarships are limited to two people from each congregation, and are distributed first-come, first-served.  Download the scholarship application.

Those are the dry facts, but there is one more thing that everyone should know. These workshops are an awesome good time!

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