Transforming the World through Worship
Redefining the Order of Worship
Week of April 19:
Practice. The Fellowship community understands practice — whether it's a musical instrument, movement, preaching, singing, writing — worship preparers have a deep sense of the importance of practice.
Founded to support musicians in The United Methodist Church, The Fellowship has grown to include worship artists, clergy, and laity involved in all aspects of worship from a variety of denominations and experiences. The Fellowship exists to assist worship leaders in creating meaningful worship experiences that bring people into deeper relationships with God and each other.
Pathways 2015, the biennial convocation of The Fellowship, is a gathering for musicians, dancers, visual artists, preachers, and all those who seek to serve God's people by designing and leading participatory worship experiences. Though we come from many places and from different perspectives, our common dream of creating worship that expresses God's preferred future for creation provides us with pathways to play and dream together on our common ground. Come to the Circle City in July 2015 to be inspired, to sharpen your skills and to experience the great community that comes from being a part of The Fellowship!
Music & Worship Arts Week 2015
Music & Worship Arts Week is an event highlighting the arts, worship, education, and renewal in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina at Lake Junaluska. Designed for all worship leaders: musicians, artists, dancers, actors and pastors.