We will be hosting two worship leadership conferences in October, 2016 for the Bi-Stone Association at FBC Mexia (Oct. 29) and in South East Texas at FBC Vidor (Oct. 22).
Bring your entire music ministry and worship technology team to this one-day Worship Leadership Conference.
Over the course of one Saturday, your team will learn and grow in the areas of sound, ProPresenter and video, worship leading and planning, and social media. The worship leadership and planning breakouts are focused specifically on helping the bi-vocational and volunteer worship leader plan, lead, and expand their area of ministry. Your sound and video team members will learn the basics of running sound, projection software (ProPresenter) and video in worship. This one-day event also features breakout sessions on using social media to reach and disciple people.
Register here for the South East Texas Conference on Oct. 22, held at FBC Vidor.
Register here for the Bi-Stone Association Conference (this conference is open to churches outside of the Bi-Stone Association, held at FBC Mexia.
|9:30a-10:30a||Breakout Session I|
|10:45a-12:00p||Breakout Session II|
|12:00p-1:00p||Lunch (w/Q & A)|
|1:00p-2:00p||Breakout Session III|
|2:00p-3:00p||Breakout Session IV|
Opening Session (Worship; Worship Theology 101: Why Do I Need to Have a Worship Theology)
Breakout Session I:
-Sound System Session I
-ProPresenter/Video Session I
–Go To Worship Planning: Templates, Songs, and Toolboxes
–Social Media, Church, and ROI
Breakout Session II:
-Sound System Session II
-ProPresenter/Video Session II
–Finding and Training Musicians for Ministry
–Go Where the People Are: Using Facebook and Instagram to Reach People
Breakout Session III:
-Sound System Session III
-ProPresenter/Video Session III
–Leading Multi-Generational Worship: Inclusive Worship Planning and Leading
–Optimizing Your Website for Maximum Involvement and Connection
Breakout Session IV:
-Sound System Session IV
-ProPresenter/Video Session IV
–Growing Your Music Ministry
–Using Digital Technologies to Disciple Your People