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 non-musical duties of their new role.

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.

  • Vocal arranging
  • Writing and preparing charts
  • Creating click tracks and loops
  • Running a rehearsal
  • Dissecting a song
  • Recruiting volunteers
  • Scheduling volunteers
  • Running ProPresenter
  • Speaking the language of a band
  • Being prepared for a service
  • Providing music for a funeral, wedding, or other special event
  • Planning special seasonal services (Christmas, Easter, etc.)
  • Copyrights and ministry
  • Team approach to worship leading
  • Creating and maintaining a ministry budget
  • Full-circle communication
  • Working with a sound engineer
  • Spirit-led worship leading
  • Creating and utilizing a to-do list


  • Importance of living a godly life / devotional living
  • Aligning yourself under the authority of a Senior Pastor
  • Building credibility
  • Resolving conflict
  • Excellence in pastoral care
  • Work ethic
  • Working well with others (staff, pastors, volunteers, board members)
  • Positions and duties of a pastoral minister
  • People skills
  • Your role as a part of the whole picture


  • Recording tracks and vocals
  • Orchestrating
  • Wielding a service


Available in:

  • Voice
  • Guitar
  • Drums
  • Sound engineering
  • Keys/Piano
  • Trumpet
  • Trombone