This is a calendar of events being hosted by members of our network of singers and leaders. If you have a singing, worship service or other event you think might be relevant to other practitioners of paperless song leading, please share it here!

Click on "List Your Own Event" below to submit your event. Then it will be approved by an MMC staff person and appear live on the calendar. You can collect RSVP's, and advertise your event to people in the MMC network in your area. Contact Paul Vasile at if you have questions.

Upcoming Events

    Vancouver Sacred Song Circle

  • Sunday, February 24, 2019 at 01:00 PM · 2 rsvps
    St. Barnabas Anglican Church in New Westminster, BC, Canada

    Join Vancouver-area singers for a Sacred Song Circle in the sanctuary of St. Barnabas Anglican Church the last Sunday of the month. Led by Caitlin Riley Beck, Patti Powell, and Emilie Smith, everyone is welcome, from everywhere, and from any tradition or any place on the journey. No need to “know how to sing!”

  • Healing Racism in Local Context

  • Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 06:00 PM through June 01, 2019
    Holy Cross Monastery in West Park, NY

    How have you and your community been affected by racism and privilege? How do you talk about it? Do you have the skills to have conversations in your community across differences?

    Workshop Description:
    The workshop will focus on active listening skills 
    as well as how to engage in effective communications across cultural lines. We’ll engage in spiritual practice, and explore our capacities as gatekeepers in our communities.

    This workshop is important for anyone working with congregations, communities, and schools and is essential for anyone interested in healing racism and reconciliation work. Teams are encouraged to attend, as are commuters! All with a heart for healing and reconciliation are welcome. There will be much singing.

    About the Facilitator:
    Ana Hernandez is a workshop facilitator, author, and  composer/arranger working across the country (often in the Episcopal Church), focusing on participatory democracy, deep listening, dismantling racism, and reminding us all that we are beloved of God.

    For more information and to register, visit the event page.

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