Worship, music training available to churches

Rhon Carter
After serving at First Baptist Statesboro as the worship pastor, Rhon Carter will start as the new Worship and Music catalyst on June 1.

One of the most vital aspects of a local church is worship. Regardless of your expression of worship, the GBMB team is ready to help you take your next step. There are six highly trained and qualified worship leaders who can serve as a valuable resource to your worship ministry. The GBMB is blessed to have men with their talent and experience to help Georgia Baptist churches in the area of worship and music. The team is available to help churches seeking ministers of music, working through staff transitions, combining worship services or inquiring about ideas and resources for ministry. 

The Worship and Music Ministry has teams that will come to your church and organize a training retreat, working “one-to-one” with your players and singers. The One-to-One worship training team will work with you to schedule on-site training for the following:  worship leader, acoustic guitar, lead guitar, drums, bass guitar, keyboard, vocal team and sound.

We are excited about an upcoming event called Surge150. This is a music camp in June for children and students who have completed third grade through college freshmen. Participants receive musical training, encouragement and opportunities for spiritual growth from well-qualified faculty in a safe environment. Students will sharpen their musical skills, whether vocally or on a variety of instruments. Training includes choir, orchestra and a contemporary track. Camp includes rehearsals, elective classes, devotionals, worship times, fun, and much more. The event will take place June 21-26 at Shorter University. 

Please keep in mind, the Worship and Music Ministry team is here to serve you. While the team is actively reaching out to churches, you don’t have to wait for a phone call from a consultant – reach out today!

Published April 4, 2021