Rejoice, Restore, Remember
Join us online June 21-26 for a time of virtual gathering! All events are free and open to attend. This website will be updated with links and archived videos throughout the week. In preparation, be sure to like our Music & Worship Arts Week Facebook page, so you’ll receive notifications of all of our LIVE events.
June 21: Kick the week off Sunday evening with special welcome messages from our team from … an undisclosed location. Stick around for a time of reliving some of our recent weeks together through our recap videos.
June 22: A time of morning worship will be followed by the day’s social media challenge. In the evening, join us for a special Sing-In with Mark Miller LIVE.
June 23: It’s Tuesday of Music & Worship Arts Week, which can only mean one thing … YOUTH TALENT SHOW! What antics will Stephen get into this year? Also, join us for an afternoon seminar with Grace Cox-Johnson on worship visuals.
June 24: After a time of morning worship, don’t miss today’s social media challenge. Really. You’re going to want to participate! And, get your team together for Music & Worship Arts Week Trivia Night LIVE!
June 25: An afternoon handbell seminar with Shawn Gingrich and an evening LIVE reunion chat highlight Thursday’s schedule.
June 26: Join us Friday morning for a special send-off video, a preview of our 202One event, and maybe a surprise or two!
We are appreciative of the folks at J.W. Pepper who have produced materials so that our valued publishers can still share their reading packets with you. Learn how you can view booklets and listen to all 12 choral and handbell reading sessions!
Support Music & Worship Arts Week with our special 2020 T-shirt, “Well, we didn’t see that coming!” There are four different versions to choose from. All sizes from Youth XS to Adult XL are available. Shirts will be sent directly to you.
The Fellowship exists to assist worship leaders in creating meaningful worship experiences that bring people into deeper relationships with God and each other.
Founded in 1955 as the National Fellowship of Methodist Musicians, The Fellowship has grown to include worship artists, clergy, and laity involved in all aspects of worship from a variety of denominations and experiences.