During this Blog Series we have been looking at creating seamless services for worship.
In case you missed them, be sure to read Part 1 and Part 2.
Today, we’ll look at ways 4-6 you can build excellence on your team and Create Seamless Worship Services.
4. Transitions are key.
One of the areas I think most Worship Leaders struggle with is transitions between songs. And I get it. We went to school for music. No one told us that we have to talk! But learning what to say or not say between songs can be the difference between a good service and a great one.
Today, we’ll look at the first three (of six) areas we should focus on in order to help Create Seamless Worship Services.
In Part 1 we looked at one important word we should consider when planning worship services.
Each of these ideas hinge on excellence.
While God doesn’t need us to accomplish His will,
He does WANT to use us.
Therefore, we should give Him our best in everything we do.
If you want to have FLOW in your worship services, you need to strive for excellence in several key areas.
I’ve been planning worship for over 16 years and through lots trial and error, I’ve learned several things to do and even more things not to do when planning worship.
Today we’ll look at Part 1 of “Creating Seamless Worship Services.”
Here’s Part 2 and Part 3 of this series.
When it comes to planning worship there is one word we should consider if we want seamless worship, that word?
What factors should you use when arranging music for worship?
How do you decide what songs to use and what order they go in?
Arranging music for worship doesn’t have to be difficult, but you should thoughtfully consider how they fit together to create a worship experience for your church.
One of the goals of worship is to help people recognize God’s presence. Whenever songs are put together haphazardly, it can cause people to lose their focus on God and disrupt their worship.
There are 3 things I consider when arranging music for worship.