5 Ways to Engage Music as a Spiritual Practice in your Communities
This live training with Rev. Belva was offered on May 28, 2019
Rev. Belva Brown Jordan
This training offered by Rev. Belva Brown Jordan was such a dynamic event that we are pre-registering people who are interested in a longer offering! Sign up by clicking the button below (it won't commit you to a course, it just lets us know of your interest).
Do you love music? We thought so! Music is a favorite part of worship for many Christians. What if you could dig a little deeper and explore how music can be a spiritual practice in your community of faith? Music is a powerful way to communicate your theology– but how do you do that in a way that uplifts and communicates to your congregation? This is perfect for anyone that love music: Clergy, Lay, Music Directors, plus anyone else!
Warning: You may hear and feel uplifted by live music on the webinar!
Bio: Belva Brown Jordan is Dean of Disciples Seminary Foundation in Claremont and serves as the Associate Dean for Curriculum and Assessment, and Associate Professor of the practice of ministry at Claremont School of Theology. Rev. Jordan began her ministerial career as a denominational executive for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) with the Division of Homeland Ministry (Indianapolis, IN) as the director of racial/ethnic ministry. Jordan has had faculty and administrative appointments at Lancaster Theological Seminary, Harvard University Divinity School, Phillips Theological Seminary, and now at Disciples Seminary Foundation and Claremont School of Theology.
Again, go ahead and sign up for a more extended opportunity here (it won't commit you to a course, it just lets us know of your interest): www.dsf.thinkific.com/courses/music-and-spiritual-practice