Music That Makes Community is excited to make our first visit to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, sharing paperless music and leadership practices! Join presenters Beth Kelly and Paul Vasile for a one-day paperless music workshop at The Episcopal Church of the Advocate on Saturday, November 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Explore the basics of paperless music, learn new songs to enrich your community's worship life, and reflect on strategies for cultivating participatory singing and liturgy.
We'll gather in the historic, gothic Episcopal church building that was moved, lovingly restored, and repurposed by the congregation in 2012. The acoustics inside the nave have been described as being “like in the inside of a guitar,” perfect for unplugged instruments and a cappella singing.
MMC will also host a free Community SING at the church on Friday, November 10 at 7 p.m. Singers of all ages and abilities are invited to learn paperless songs from diverse spiritual traditions, languages and cultures, led by a dynamic team of Music That Makes Community presenters.
Registration Fee: $25
Refreshments, a light lunch, and workshop materials are included.
Discounts are available for students, seminarians and seniors.
The workshop is generously sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and The Church of the Advocate (in memory of Kit Latimer).
8410 Merin Rd
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
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