Worship Leader Licensure

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Is God calling you to lead worship for your faith community? How can you best prepare as a worship leader with reverence, wisdom and confidence? Has it been more than 3 years since your license was granted?

We know that leading worship calls forth from us more than just reading and following directions.  The Worship Leader class prepares you and encourages your heart to design, craft and lead with confidence the non-Eucharistic services of worship, particularly Morning Prayer. In three 6-hour sessions (calendar set by the class at its first meeting), you will gain wisdom and insights for planning worship according to the Church canons and the rubrics set out in the Book of Common Prayer and leading your faith community in for a holy experience.

  • Renewal required every three years for those previously licensed – first class day, only.

In this course you will learn about the preparation, wisdom, and confidence needed to lovingly lead God’s people in prayer. Part of your course experience is to lead worship during the time between class sessions, offering an experience with which you can learn and share with your classmates.

Dates: September 23, 2017.

Please bring the following to the first class:

  • a copy of the Book of Common Prayer (preferably one you are willing to make notes in)
  • Hymnal (not necessary, but helpful)
  • Pencil for making notes
  • Calendar so we can set the other two meetings
  • a bag lunch

Location: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 200 W. St. Paul St., Brighton, MI 48116
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Course fee: $150. Scholarships are available. Download the Scholarship Form.
CEU’s: 6


Hamlin

Hamlin

This year’s worship leader faculty:

Dick Hamlin is the former Rector of St. Michael’s, Lansing. In addition to serving the diocese on many councils and committees, Dick has taught extensively for Whitaker Institute in areas such as church history, liturgy, stewardship, and scripture and served for 13 years as a mentor for Education for Ministry (EfM). He is a member of the Board of Bexley-Seabury seminary.

 

 

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