I heard about the new Bifrost Arts worship conference at Covenant Seminary a few weeks back. It's called "Liturgy, Music, & Space." If you don't know Bifrost Arts, you should. I very much enjoy their two albums: Salvation Is Created (Christmas) and Come, O Spirit (worship). More about the conference...
Each week we tell our congregations a story with how we use liturgy, how we use music, and how we use space in worship. Bifrost Arts has developed a curriculum for small groups and Sunday School classes entitled “Liturgy, Music, & Space” to help churches walk through a coherent, biblical view of how these elements of worship are forming us.
Join us from March 29-31 as we present this curriculum at a conference with lectures, workshops, and times of worship in St. Louis, Missouri with:
- Nicholas Wolterstorff
- Bryan Chapell
- Greg Thompson
- John Hodges
- Kevin Twit (Indelible Grace)
- Betsy Steele Halstead
- Isaac Wardell
- The Welcome Wagon (great album)
Conference fee is $150. Discounts are available for students, campus ministers, and church employees from small congregations.
This conference is made possible through a worship renewal grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Grand Rapids, MI, with funds provided by Lilly Endowement Inc.
I'm not a worship leader, but this sounds amazing for worship leaders, pastors (especially of smaller churches), etc.