What Students Say

  • "The methods of learning and sharing songs in different languages were very helpful. The day was jam packed with so many ideas! Thank you."
  • "It was a really helpful day to learn how we can come together in worship from different ethnic backgrounds."
  • "I really enjoyed learning all the different songs from around the world. I gained confidence in how I could introduce them in to my home church."
  • "It was a refreshing and inspiring day, thank you for opening my heart to multicultural worship."
  • “I really enjoyed the experience of learning multicultural songs and discovering that my heart connects with the music of other cultures”
  • “I gained confidence in how to lead multicultural worship in my church”
  • “I learned how you can help your church move towards multicultural worship”
  • "Learning why multicultural worship is important to God and the biblical basis for it"
  • "It was refreshing and inspiring and good to be challenged in the area of multicultural worship"

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Course Tutor

Ian Collinge

Ian Collinge and Jill Ford co-teach this course

Multicultural Worship Day

Saturday 18 February 2023  |  9am - 5pm

Who is the day for?

The Multicultural Worship Day is for anyone interested in learning more about multicultural worship and in particular the relationship between music, worship and culture.

We will take you on a journey to understand more about the importance of "heart music" and how you can identify with it.

We will help you understand the heart music of other cultures and how you can use this knowledge for the benefit of worship in your church or ministry setting.

This year we are pleased to be able to deliver the course in hybrid mode again, so if you are unable to join us on campus you can zoom into the sessions for the teaching on multicultural worship, song learning and resources.

What do the topics include?

  • heart music
  • multicultural forms of worship
  • global song workshops
  • multicultural worship discussions
  • global worship celebrations

Course tutor

Ian Collinge

Ian Collinge trains people in culture-appropriate music. He helps people to develop multicultural worship and leads the WEC International's Arts Release team.

Jill Ford

Jill is the Arts Lecturer at All Nations and teaches modules in multicultural worship. Read Jill's bio here.

Together with members of Arts Release they will deliver the programme for the day.

Closing date

Wednesday 15 February 2023

Key Information

  • Cost
  • On campus:  £50
    Includes refreshments, lunch and course materials

    Online:  £43
    Includes course materials

    Groups of 4 or more will receive a discount of 10% (on campus £45, online £38.70).

    Costs are payable on application.

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