We are postponing our big Worship School Conference to 2020!
(More details to follow)
Instead, for this year we are focusing on our

Worship Pastors Day

Sat 15th June

It’s a one-day conference for all local church Worship Team leaders / Worship Pastors

Many of us will be facing similar challenges as we're leading worship teams, big and small. We'd love to invite you to join with other Worship Team Leaders from around the UK, in a more intimate setting, for shared learning, equipping and community.

Who’s it for?

Anyone involved in leading a local church worship team. We would encourage you to bring a few of your key leaders with you, as a great way to connect, dream, digest, be equipped and envisioned for the next season of your worship team.

This is a one-day event on Saturday 15th June 2019 designed specifically for Worship Team Leaders / Worship Pastors (separate to our big Worship School Conference in 2020)

 

 Saturday 15th June 2019

9.30

Registration

10.00

Main Session 1

11.30

Break

12.00

Main Session 2

13.00

Lunch
(provided)

14.00

Seminars

15.15

Break

15.30

Q&A - Grill A Worship Pastor

16.00

Main Session 3

17.30

End

 

 Seminars

Over the day we will be breaking out into five separate seminars as an opportunity for more intimate learning and Q&A. Each seminar will be recorded and available online.

Focus topics include:

Building a creative vision: 9 lessons from Bezalel
Smaller worship teams!
Leading multi-cultures in worship
Following the Holy Spirit
God’s heart for leaders (ministry & prophetic)

 
 
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Simon Brading

Simon Brading has devoted his life to serving the church. As the worship Pastor at Emmanuel Brighton, he has helped to build a vibrant worship team, drawing in a large family of creatives, worship leaders, songwriters and musicians. He also oversees worship at Newday, a significant Christian festival with 7,000 young people gathering every year.


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Anna Brading

Anna Brading and her husband, Simon Brading, oversee the Emmanuel worship team in Brighton. She is a songwriter and loves to process life and faith through writing songs. Hearing the Church sing to God is something Anna really enjoys, as well as how sung worship helps God’s people to own the truths they hear and to stand on them through their lives. Anna feels called to write, find and lead songs that give people truth in God to grab hold of and enjoy. She also feels that praise needs unlocking and good songs full of truth can help to do that (as does a good groove!). In other news, Anna is more of a cat person than a dog person and prefers small island snorkelling coves to vast surfing beaches.


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Chris Smyth

Chris leads both the New Ground family of churches and New Community Church Sidcup worship teams. He's passionate about the priority of the local church and championing the role of the Holy Spirit in worship. Married to Sophie, based in London and part of  Dutchkid.


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Lou Fellingham

If you’ve spent any time listening to Christian music, the chances are you’ve already heard Lou Fellingham sing. Not only as a songwriter and worship leader but as a woman who has been an ever-present in the music industry for the last 20 years. An internationally known worship leader, she is known for her prophetic edge, distinctive voice, unwavering energy to see lives changed through the power of music and word. She has recently released her 8th solo album, ‘Made for You’. She is married to Nathan Fellingham and has 3 children and loves food, running and movies.


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Neal Glanville

Neal is 27 years old and is married to Becci. He is a pastor at Kings Church London, a diverse community of people which has four sites across South East London. He has been overseeing the worship and youth work at the Catford site for the past 5 years as well as assisting in the training, songwriting and synergy of the worship teams across the four sites. Neal has also started leading worship at Newday and co-wrote the song ‘Jesus You Are’ which is featured on the latest 2018 album.

Neal enjoys all things Marvel, going to the gym and has recently developed a love for indoor house plants.


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Sean Theunissen

Sean is worship pastor at Citygate Church in Bournemouth and helps oversee worship for the Commission international family of churches. Sean is passionate about raising leaders and building teams, and wants to see the next generation inspired and equipped to lead God's people in worship.

Sean is married with four kids and, being South African, is a huge fan of red meat.


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Tim Williams

Tim currently heads up the worship for Catalyst movement of churches while also leading his local worship team in Milton Keynes. Along with Maggie, his wife, he is a site pastor at New Life Church.

Tim has a wealth of experience at dealing with disappointment through being a life long Everton FC fan and being a ropey part time golfer! "

 

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Alex Magloire

Having been immersed in music from a very young age, Alex has sung, taught and directed choirs across the country and abroad. Alex is classically trained and plays the flute and bassoon but as a former prolific stutterer took up singing as a way of boosting her confidence and controlling her breathing. This decision has led to Alex teaching choirs for Songs of Praise; the BBC’s gospel train radio show; and touring with Luther Vandross; Elton John; and spending over 15 years touring across Europe. Alex sang with and was one of the Directors of the acclaimed Kingdom Choir for over 20 years.

Alex currently leads worship a site team at her home church Kings Church London.

 
 

Food

Lunch is included in the ticket price. Let us know your dietary requirements when booking in.

Where

Worship Pastors Day will be held at Emmanuel Brighton (previously Church of Christ the King):

Emmanuel Brighton Clarendon Centre

47 New England Street Brighton

East Sussex

BN1 4GQ

As the venue is literally 4 minutes walk from Brighton train station, we recommend getting the train down. However, there is a car park opposite the Clarendon Centre which is around £10 for the day.

Tickets

We appreciate train tickets, petrol and parking can add up... so we've purposely made this day as accessible as possible.

Worship Pastors Day ticket is £25