Music and Liturgy: Workshop Detail for Synod 2018

Music and Liturgy is a workshop intended to provide the parish musician(s) with the background, ideas and resources needed to provide traditional and contemporary music that complements and integrates into the liturgy of worship services.  Some of the questions that will be addressed in this session are:

  • How do you select music (hymns, praise songs, anthems, worship songs, preludes, postludes) for services?
  • What resources are available for selecting music?
  • Where can sheet music and chord charts be downloaded (both paid and public domain / open source)?
  • How do you introduce new music to the congregation?
  • How do you build a music team to provide music?

Part of this session will also be an open forum to provide the opportunity to ask questions that were not addressed in this session, as well as allow participants to share their experiences.

ChuckMaggs_Squared-284x300Charles Maggs is Director of Music Arts at St. James Anglican in Costa Mesa. He has served as choir director, organist, worship leader, accompanist, vocal section lead, and handbell choir director at a number of churches in the Orange county area. He also has led music for several diocesan events, including the consecration services for the first and second bishops of the Diocese of Western Anglicans. In addition to his musical duties at St. James, he directs handbells and arranges music for the All American Boys Chorus, and has over 100 pieces of handbell music in print.

For a full list of workshops click here.

Register for the Synod  using this link on Eventbrite.

Don’t Forget to Arrange Housing:

HOtelA block of rooms has been reserved for October 22, 2018 – October 28, 2018 at the Hampton Inn and Suites in Mission Viejo. Use this link to reserve a room or phone 949.429.5222 and let them know you are with the Diocese of Western Anglicans.

 

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