Authentic Worship in a Changing World
A one-day leadership training seminar led by Robert Webber in his continuing “Renew Your Worship!” series. Thousands of people have benefited from his teaching in many different cities throughout North America. Contact the Institute for Worship Studies, Box 894, Wheaton, IL 60189; 630-510-8905; fax 630-510-0601; website:

Winter 2001 Seminars

Knoxville, TN, February 3
Brentwood, TN, February 5
Memphis, TN, February 12
New Albany, IN, February 17
Lexington, KY, February 24
Charlotte, NC, March 3
Raleigh, NC, March 5
Burlington, NC, March 10
Oklahoma City, OK, March 17
Fort Lauderdale, FL, January 3-6, 2001

Twenty-sixth annual Church Music Explosion, with Sir David Willcocks, John Weaver, Elizabeth, Watson, Sue Ellen Page, David White, Robert J. Morgan, Mark Hayes, and others. Contact: Valerie Covalt at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, 5555 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308; phone 954-334-5170; e-mail

Grand Rapids MI, January 12-13, 2001
Symposium on Worship and the Arts at Calvin College. Leaders include Tom Long, Richard Mouw, Dorothy Bass, Karen Ward, Hal Hopson, Chip Stam, Timothy Botts, Pearl Shangkuan, and Soul Purpose and John Steven Paul, a liturgical drama group. Sponsored by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW). Contact: CICW, 3201 Burton St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546-4388;
616-957-6088; fax (616) 957-7168; e-mail:; web:

Princeton, New Jersey, February 4-6, 2001
“The Organ in Christian Worship,” a colloquium for organists, pastors, theologians, liturgists, and organ builders. Cosponsored by Princeton Theological Seminary and the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. Contact: The Chapel Office, Princeton Theological Seminary, P.O. Box 821, Princeton, New Jersey 08542; 609-497-7890;<> organcolloquium/index.htm

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