Author: Brenton Collyer

How To Memorize Worship Songs

This post originally appeared on brentoncollyer.com Memorizing your worship music has many great benefits, allowing you to be more in the moment musically, more focused on the Lord spiritually, and more able to lead the congregation pastorally. As daunting as it may seem to memorize and internalize your worship music, you truly can do it. Below are a few tips to help you get started memorizing your worship music. Memorizing your music allows you to be more in the moment musically, more focused on the Lord spiritually, and more able to lead the congregation pastorally. Vocalists LYRICS:  Memorization is...

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9 Tips for Teaching Your Worship Team a New Song

This post originally appeared at brentoncollyer.com Introducing a new song to your worship team is always a bit of challenge.  Which song should I choose?  Can our team pull this off?  Will our congregation engage with it?  Each of these questions is worth a blog post of its own, but once you’ve narrowed it down the next questions is “How can I help my team learn this song?” There are a lot of different approaches you can take to help your worship team learn a new song, but the important thing is that you do the work up front...

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5 Tips for Leading Worship with a Small Team

This post originally appeared on brentoncollyer.com.  Leading worship with a small team of musicians is a real challenge and considering the majority of churches in the U.S. are two-hundred people or less this is a challenge most worship leaders face.  Whether you lead worship regularly with a small team or only occasionally, here are five tips that will help you make the most of your Sunday worship. 1 – Simplify The Arrangement The number one mistake I see small teams make is trying too hard.  Forcing it. Pretending to be something they’re not.  Most of the songs we lead come from worship...

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