Preparing your worship set – a practical guide

By Simon Patrick | August 28, 2018

As I’ve grown in experience as a worship leader one of the growing joys of the role is helping to bring others into not just the worship team, but leading worship too. The way we do that at King’s Church is initially through a process of co-leading with them. Planning together, and then sharing the […]

Annoying pedal boards

By [email protected] | May 30, 2018

If you can’t make products people love, instead go and make less annoying products that people will use I was reading a quote from the marketing guru Seth Godin a while back and he was talking about either making products that people love and if you can’t do that make products that become less annoying. […]

Travelling light – the portable guitarist

By [email protected] | March 19, 2018

I’ve recently been working on downsizing my electric guitar rig. I want top quality gear but I’ve always found those classic amps that give great tone are just too big, heavy and loud for use in most churches. I’ve had Fender Twins, Vox AC30’s and Marshall Stacks and can’t even turn the volume above 1 […]

New from Musicademy: Worship Team Workshops

By admin | January 3, 2018

Save 20% when you buy all three workshops Could your worship team spare just two hours for some invaluable practical training that will forever improve how you play together? Could they really use some band skills training but busyness and limited time constraints always seem to get in the way? Worship Team Workshop is a […]

“I don’t need a microphone do I?”

By admin | September 22, 2017

 Well actually, yes you do need to use a mic in church. Sometimes, especially in a small room, a speaker will arrive at the lecturn and, aware they are “good at projection” or “have a loud voice” and suggest that they can do away with the mic. I’m not sure whether this is a “man […]