Whether you are an experienced worship leader or starting out in ministry, learning how to use your voice safely and effectively is key to providing high quality worship.
As a Christian and experienced church musician myself, I know that using your voice as part of a worship service requires more than just great technique. Depending on your denominational background, skills like improvising harmonies, unaccompanied singing and sight-reading choral scores can be vital. Then, there’s the challenge of putting all these together, and still being able to focus on worshipping God!
By taking singing lessons, you can learn how to speak and sing with clarity from the first to the last service of the week. Learning to sing will help you better understand how your voice works, and what to do to take care of it.
Whatever your denomination or tradition, learning more about music and how to engage with it will help you better select songs that not only have meaningful lyrics, but also singable tunes. Many worship leaders are thrust into leading the singing too, and taking lessons will bring you the confidence you need to help your community worship more freely.
If you are interested in developing your skills for worship, please get in touch. I offer a free consultation lesson for all new starts.
Church Workshops and Worship Sessions
I would be delighted to come to any church to run a vocal workshop for worship groups, leaders or choirs. I also lead worship workshops or services focussed around the use of the voice in worship, such as leading Taize worship. Fees are negotiable depending on circumstances. Please contact me for more information.