MUSIC-WORSHIP ARTS prepares you spiritually, theologically, musically, practically, and technically to lead God’s people in worship.
About the Program
Worship Arts students study music theory and history, become knowledgeable about genres of worship including historical and modern trends, become skilled in singing and playing keyboard and guitar, gain skills in improvisation and arranging, study audio/visual media systems and technology, and develop an individual philosophy of worship from a theological context. Students choose a vocal, piano, or instrumental concentration. Students will advance in their music literacy, accompaniment, and improvisation abilities. Final projects include a solo performance, demonstrating mastery of classical and contemporary styles and genres, as well as an internship with a local church in worship leading Ensemble performing opportunities include singing and/or playing in contemporary worship bands as well as classically-oriented ensembles