Workshop this Saturday 1-5 pm led by Paul Vasile, whose compositions of sacred music have gained considerable attention in performances by choirs and congregations throughout the United States.
The desire of God comes to us in Spirit and we find words and sounds to carry His love into the world.
Join us as we explore how to lift sacred texts and prayers from written form to spoken or sung expression. Experience how you can bring new life to Psalms, Scripture readings, Prayers of the People and Communion liturgies.
The day will culminate in a ‘paperless’ Vespers serve at 5:15pm. All are welcome to attend, especially those who seek to hear the Scripture fresh. Tell us you’re coming for this free workshop now by clicking here. We suggest a donation of $20 for the take home materials.
The workshop will be facilitated Paul Vasile, whose compositions of sacred music have gained considerable attention in performances by choirs and congregations throughout the United States, including several pieces in Glory to God, the new Presbyterian hymnal. A dynamic presenter and worship leader, he has served as a guest lecturer at Union Theological Seminary, the Candler School fo Theology and Eden Theological Seminary. He focuses on the connections between music and spirituality.
The workshop is presented in partnership with Music That Makes community (MMC), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help people connect through singing. Their practices and paperless music enlivens personal spirituality, worship, and community life.
We are excited to have Paul lead the congregational singing and music on Sunday August 9th at the 10 a.m. service.