Planning Worship Theologically
Worship Leaders: The work you do in your church matters. Cairn University values the investment you make to your local body of believers Sunday after Sunday, which is why we are offering a course from our new Worship & Music (MA) program at $100/credit!
MUS 607: Planning Worship Theologically
100% Online, Asynchronous
July 4, 2022
August 21, 2022
Planning Worship Theologically will give you the opportunity to be refreshed and equipped with biblical approaches to planning a Sunday morning worship service centered on Christ and geared toward discipleship.
- Create a philosophy of gospel-centered worship.
- Learn how to arrange the worship service in a way that is biblical and in light of church tradition.
- Study the history of worship in the Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox traditions.
- Gain tools for change management and understanding church culture.
- Take the course at your own pace with weekly flexibility.
- Meet once a week with your professor and classmates to discuss the coursework and its practical applications.
*Since you will use your own church worship model as a “lab” throughout the course, you will gain tools and ideas you can immediately apply to your own congregation!
Prepare to thoughtfully lead a worship ministry through a robust study of worship theology and history paired with an industry-leading, practical study of music technology in this fully online program. Classes for the Fall start on August 29, 2022.
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Meet the Professor
Dr. Benjamin Harding
Benjamin Harding, DMA, is the dean of the School of Music and a classically trained pianist with 20 years of worship leading experience. Benjamin has bachelor’s degrees from Cairn University, a master’s degree and professional studies certificate from Manhattan School of Music, and a doctor of musical arts degree in Piano Performance from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also Director of Worship Ministries at Riverstone Church in Yardley, PA.