Children and Worship at Colam

The workshops on children and worship at the Conference on Liturgy and Music at Redeemer College were to be led by Melody Takken-Meeter. However, due to a recent move, she will be unable to attend the conference.

The COLAM Committee is delighted to announce that Sonja Stewart, coauthor of Children and Worship, has consented to come instead. Dr. Stewart, professor at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan, teaches the children and worship course there and in many workshops around the country. The five sessions planned will enable participants to begin a Children and Worship program in their congregations.

Transportation to Colam

Several people in Western Michigan have indicated interest in car-pooling to the COLAM conference at Redeemer College. If there is sufficient interest, the Reformed Worship office will coordinate transportation leaving Tuesday, July 2, at 9:00 A.M. from Grand Rapids, and returning about midnight on Friday,July 5.Please call Lynn Setsma at (616) 246-0752 by June 20.


June 19-22, 1991, Minneapolis, MN
Christians in the Visual Arts. Annual CIVA Conference at Bethel College. Contact: Edgar G. Boeve', CIVA President, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI 49506.

June 23-27, 1991, Atlanta, Ga
National Conference of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians (ALCM). "People of Promise / People of Vision" Focus: exploring the Reformation and addressing the future through the songs we sing. Contact: Mark Glaeser, 4519 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28226.

June 25-28, 1991, Holland, MI
Sixth Annual Children and Worship Workshop, led by Sonja Stewart and Tawnya Stewart. Contact: Western Theological Seminary, 85 E. 13th St., Holland, MI 49423, (616) 392-8555, ext. 36.

July 2-5, 1991, Ancaster, ON
Conference on Liturgy and Music, co-sponsored by Redeemer College and Reformed Worship. Keynote speaker: Robert Webber. Contact: COLAM '91, Dr. Bert Polman, Redeemer College, Ancaster, ON L9G3N6, (416) 648-2131.

July 7-10 and 10-12, 1991, Northfield, MN
Annual Conference at St. Olaf College of The Hymn Society in the United States and Canada (July 7-10). Theme: Hymns, Faith, and Ministry. Keynote speaker: John H. Westerhoff III. Following the conference are two workshops (July 10-12): an Organ Playing workshop, with David Heller, Sue Mitchell-Wallace, and Albert Travis; and a Hymn-Writing Workshop, with William Albright (music) and Carl P. Daw, Jr. (texts). Contact: The Hymn Society, P.O.Box 30854, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX 76129, (817) 921-7608.

July 7-13, 1991, New Wilmington, PA
Westminster Conference on Worship and Music, sponsored by the Presbyterian Association of Musicians. Contact: John W. Neely, Westminster Presbyterian Church, 125 N. Wildinson Street, Dayton, OH 45402, (503) 223-7285.

July 15-18, 1991, Northfield, MN
Conference on Theology and Music. Study and worship around the theme of Holy Week and Easter. Contact: Office of Church Relations, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN 55057, (507) 663-3841.

July 16-18, 1991, Madison, WI
37th Conference on Music in Parish Worship offered by the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Contact: UW-Madison Continuing Education in Music, 610 Langdon St., Madison, WI53703, (608) 263-6822.

July 21-26, 1991, San Francisco, CA
Summer Workshops in Music at San Francisco Theological Seminary, in cooperation with the Presbyterian Association of Musicians and the Fellowship of United Methodists in Worship, Music, and the Other Arts. Contact: Wilber F. Russell, San Francisco Theological Seminary, 2 Kensington Rd., An Anselmo, CA 94960.

July 28-August 2, 1991, Grand Rapids, MI
1991 Choristers Guild Summer Seminar, at Calvin College. Contact: Barbara Merry, Seminar Coordinator; Choristers Guild, 2834 W. Kingsley Rd.; Garland, TX 75041, (241) 271-1521.

August 2-3, 1991, River Forest, IL
Church Choral Director's Workshop. Contact: Concordia University, Music Department, 7400 Augusta St., River Forest, IL 60305, (708) 209-3060.

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