Join us for a one-day Music That Makes Community workshop at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities on Saturday, January 21 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We'll gather in The Bigelow Chapel, a beautiful interdenominational worship space, to learn and sing paperless music from varied religious and musical traditions.
Presenters Conie Borchardt and Paul Vasile will explore the basics of paperless music leadership, share songs and leadership practices that can enrich your community's musical life, and reflect on strategies for cultivating participatory singing and liturgy.
The workshop is sponsored by the United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities and is free to students and faculty. Individuals from the Minneapolis/St. Paul area and beyond are also welcome to attend with a donation to cover registration costs. Discounts are available for students and seniors. Contact Paul Vasile in the MMC office to learn more.
United is located at 3000 Fifth Street Northwest in New Brighton, a northwestern suburb of St. Paul. The seminary, which resides in a residential neighborhood near the intersections of I-694 and I-35W, is approximately 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis or downtown St. Paul. Click here for a map and directions.
United Theological Seminary students and faculty: Free
Community Participants: $40 (Pay below or upon arrival)
Lunch and workshop materials are included.
REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP HAS CLOSED. Please contact Paul Vasile for more information.
3000 5th St NW
New Brighton, MN 55112
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