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One-Day Paperless Music Workshop at the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Eugene, OR
June 25 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Join Music that Makes Community for a One-Day Paperless Music Workshop at The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection in Eugene on Saturday, June 25, from 9 am to 4:30 pm for a renewing day of singing, learning and fellowship.
During our time together we’ll explore a practice of paperless singing leadership grounded in a theology of welcome and generosity, engage in prayer through congregational music teaching and leading, and experience music reflective of the growing diversity of our communities and celebrating our rich liturgical tradition. The event is sponsored by the Liturgy & Music Working Group of the Episcopal Diocese of Western Oregon and generously sponsored by a grant from the Diocese.
Clergy, music directors, lay leaders, and those who love to sing are warmly welcomed. Each person will leave with new music to offer in their congregation, as well as experiences of learning and teaching songs that are directly applicable to worship, formation, and fellowship contexts.
Registration cost for individuals in the Diocese is $40 and $100 for all non-Diocese participants and includes workshop materials, lunch, and refreshments throughout the day. Scholarship support is available, and we do not want cost to prevent anyone’s participation. Feel free to contact for more information.
COVID protocols: We will follow the guidelines of the Diocese in place at the time of the event and are taking precautions to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants. The room will be well-ventilated, we’ll take regular breaks, and follow the CDC’s best practices for in-person gathering.
Reach out to learn more about the following additional learning opportunities:
- Intergenerational Community SING on Thursday, June 23 at 7 p.m. PDT
- MMC facilitators will share musical leadership for the Sunday, June 26 morning liturgy at St. Philip the Deacon Episcopal Church in Portland