Following the call to worship ministry can be exciting. But many gifted and talented new worship ministers find themselves unprepared for the technical responsibilities and emotional strain of their vocation.
Bethesda School of Ministry believes that we empower young people to not just withstand but also flourish under the pressures of full-time ministry by equipping students with the knowledge and tools that they need to pursue a calling to lead worship.
A worship pastor is vital part of any church ministry team and must be prepared for anything. Bethesda School of Ministry will equip you for whatever life in vocational ministry will throw at you.
If you would like to talk to someone about your calling to worship ministry, please contact us today.
From the philosophical to the practical, our worship ministry internship topics cover everything that you will need.
Creating (and using) a Click Track
Running a Rehearsal
Dissecting a Song
Speaking the Language of a Band
Being Prepared for Service, Rehearsal, and Beyond
Providing Music for a Funeral, Wedding, or Special Event
Planning Special Services (Christmas, Easter, Etc.)
Recruiting Volunteers for Ministry Service
Copyrights and the Law
The Team Approach to Worship Planning
Creating and Maintaining and Budget
Working With a Sound Engineer
Creating an Effective To-Do List
Recording Tracks and Vocals
The Importance of Devotional Living and Spiritual Formation
Aligning Oneself Under the Authority of the Senior Pastor
A Profile of a Great Worship Team, Choir, and Band Member
Providing Excellence in Pastoral Care
Cultivating a Godly Work Ethic
Working Alongside Othrs in Ministry
The Position and Duties of a Worship Leader
Developing People Skills
Understanding Your Role as Part of the Bigger Picture of Church Ministry