Worship for Transformation (Training)

By Erika Hewitt

This training for Worship Arts teams offers a deep dive into what makes worship transformative.

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"Relationship is at the heart of transformative worship."

WorshipWeb‘s Rev. Erika Hewitt interviewed accomplished UU worship teams and individuals from around the UUA and beyond (see the “Presenters” list below). She has curated those conversations into a robust Worship Arts training.

Based on the theology of Creative Interchange, this training is for teams who have the honor of co-creating meaning while shaping the worship experience of the congregation.

The recorded conversations are followed by Erika’s reflections and additional learning tools for Worship Teams to develop tools and frameworks to craft meaning-full, sensory-rich, and holistic worship experiences.

This course is designed to be taken by teams who will work it together in conversation and practice. Go at the pace that works for your group — a weekend retreat, three half-day workshops, or twelve individual sessions. You can also take it on your own if that’s your only option. (More about group registration...)

Download the Worship for Transformation Study Guide (pdf) to get a sense of the content.

Training fee: $30 per participant

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About the Author

Erika Hewitt

Rev. Erika Hewitt (she/her) serves as the Minister of Worship Arts for the Unitarian Universalist Association. She also spends time on the road as a guest preacher, worship consultant, and wedding officiant....

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