Worship Summits offer an opportunity for Music and Worship Pastors to network and participate in discussions about current trends in Worship.

September 27, 2022

Hardin Simmons University

2200 Hickory St, Abilene, TX

September 29, 2022

University of Mary-Hardin Baylor

900 College St, Belton, TX


Special Guest

Will Whittaker

Dr. Will Whittaker is Minister of Music at Ivy Creek Baptist in Buford, GA where he leads a multi-faceted, intergenerational music ministry. He holds both the BME and MME with emphases in voice and choral conducting from Auburn University and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Church Music with specializations in worship and hymnology from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, where his dissertation research focused on choral ministries in intergenerational churches. Beyond his local church ministry, Will is a frequent teacher and clinician at worship conferences throughout America and has been an adjunct Professor of Church Music at Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, GA. He is an active member in both the Baptist Church Music Conference and Metro II Music Conference. Will continues to write about his research on intergenerational worship on his blog, www.drwillwhittaker.org. His new book, Cultivating Intergenerational Worship is being published by GC2 Press. Will and his wife, Deanna, have three sons.

Included with your registration!

Cultivating Intergenerational Worship

by Will Whittaker

Cultivating Intergenerational Worship is designed as a resource for current and aspiring worship leaders, worship teams, pastors, and church staffs who desire to develop a unified corporate worship mindset in their local churches, no matter their size or worship style. Scripture-based and filled with practical application, this resource will guide you and your team to cultivate a worship ministry for all ages that strives for biblical unity while considering the uniqueness of your own community of faith. Developing an intergenerational worship ministry means valuing and investing in each person in the Body of Christ, regardless of age or ability. This investment ensures the church of tomorrow will value a biblical worship mindset and sustain the message of the gospel for generations to come.

Schedules

September 27
Hardin Simmons University
8:30 am Gather/Coffee
8:45 am Session 1 – Will Whittaker
9:30 am Worship/Chapel
10:25 am Session 2 – Will Whittaker
11:15 am Q&A
11:30 am Lunch/Round Table Discussion with Will Whittaker/Tom Tillman
12:30 pm Break
12:45 pm Session 3 – Will Whittaker
1:30 pm Dismiss
September 29
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
9:00 am Gather/Coffee
9:30 am Welcome – Tom Tillman
9:40 am Session 1 – Will Whittaker
11:00 am Q&A
11:30 am Lunch/Round Table Discussion with Will Whittaker/Tom Tillman
12:30 pm Break
12:45 pm Session 2 – Will Whittaker
1:30 pm Dismiss

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