Conferences

2000 Renew Your Worship! Workshops
One-day workshops with Robert Webber on blending contemporary and traditional worship. Webber has devoted several years to covering most of North America with these one-day leadership training workshops. Contact the Institute for Worship Studies, Box 894, Wheaton, IL 60189; 630-510-8905; fax 630-510-0601; website: http://members.aol.com/worshipweb.

Springfield, IL, February 5
Chicago, IL, February 12
Rockford, IL, February 14
Chicago, IL, February 19
Milwaukee, WI, February 21
Goshen, IN, February 26
Terre Haute, IN, February 28
LaPorte, IN, March 4
Indiana, PA, March 11
Akron, OH, March 18
Cincinnati, OH, March 20
Columbus, OH, March 25
Mount Vernon, OH, March 25
Pittsburgh, PA, March 27
Lancaster, PA, April 1
Fairview Village, PA, April 3
Baltimore, MD, April 8
Annandale, VA, April 10
Montclair, NJ, April 29
Albany, NY, May 1
Rochester, NY, May 6
Binghamton, NY, May 8
Fayetteville, GA, August 26

Fort Lauderdale, FL, January 5-9, 2000
25th annual Church Music Explosion, with Anton Armstrong, John Ferguson, Helen Kemp, Mary Kay Parrish, Alan Pote, Craig Cortney, and Harold Best. Contact: Darryl Miller, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, 5555 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308; 954-771-8841x192; fax 954-491-7374; e-mail dmiller@crpc.org.

Grand Rapids MI, January 14-15, 2000
Thirteenth Annual Symposium on Worship and the Arts at Calvin College. Sponsored by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. Leaders include: Craig Barnes, Jeremy Begbie, Horace Boyer, Melva Costen, Michael Denham, John Ferguson, Marty Haugen, Mark Hayes, Elmer Yazzie, John Witvliet, Contact: 616-957-6088; fax 616-957-7168; e-mail: worship@calvin.edu; web: www.calvin.edu/worship.

Kalamazoo, MI, March 12, 2000
Musician and Choral Workshop led by Marty Haugen. At First Reformed Church, Kalamazoo, MI. Contact: Vineyard Outreach Ministry (616) 349-3323; vinoutmn@iserv.net

Wheaton, IL, May 17-20, 2000
“Hymnody in American Protestantism Conference” hosted by the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals (ISAE) with a grant from the Lilly Foundation. Hymn festivals and presentations by 39 scholars, pastors, and musicians on topics ranging from black gospel hymns to a study on “Amazing Grace.” Contact: ISAE, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL 60187; 630-752-5437; fax: 630-752-5916; e-mail: isae@wheaton.edu; web: www.wheaton.edu/isae.

Boston, MA, July 23-27, 2000
Annual conference of the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada.
Contact: The Hymn Society, 745 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215-1401; 800-THE-HYMN; e-mail: Hymnsoc@bu.edu.

Northfield, MN, July 24-28, 2000
St. Olaf Conference on Worship Theology and the Arts, cosponsored by St. Olaf College and Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. Contact: David Neuger, 507-646-3472; fac: 507-646-3536.

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