Worship Training Day Ealing London 5 November 2022

By admin | August 8, 2022

Saturday 5 November Musicademy presents a packed training day for the whole worship team (or just come by yourself!). Features special guest vocal coach Nicki Rogers and Psalm Drummers Terl Bryant and Mark Jones. The programme features: BRAND NEW plenary session from the whole Musicademy, SFL and Psalm Drummers: 12 things to Improve your Worship […]

8 ideas to encourage more participation in worship

By [email protected] | September 3, 2021

I recently read a book which chronicled the rise of the evangelical church in England from the 1950s onwards. This reported a clear link between high levels of participation in worship and personal spiritual growth and communal church renewal. The book, controversially called ‘Selling Worship’ (by Pete Ward), also observes that in sung worship in […]

How the world worshipped this week: sharing your online services

By admin | April 6, 2020

Online Church: How the world worshipped With Covid-19 forcing much of the world into lockdown, churches have responded by diving into online services. Whether using Zoom, Facebook Live, YouTube or more complex set ups such as OBS, tech, pastoral and worship teams have found themselves in a steep learning curve in recent weeks. This article […]

Streaming online church services: the tech, the tips and the stories from around the world

By admin | March 23, 2020

Last weekend was the first weekend that many churches globally closed their physical doors and instead embraced the virtual world of online services. Over on the Musicademy Facebook Group several people had spent the previous few days discussing the technical options, the pros and cons of the various streaming platforms before taking their decisions on […]

28 Do’s and Don’ts of Christmas service planning

By admin | December 10, 2019

Planning a Christmas service? Read this first DO plan well in advance and lock everything down in good time with the leaders DO choose and circulate your music/key choice well ahead of rehearsals. Christmas is often the one time of year when you have orchestral and brass instruments joining the band. They tend to prefer a […]