Using Vocal Cues to Help Your Church Sing Worship

As worship leaders, our job is not to sing, but to help the people sing. We are facilitators of the congregational choir. One way we can help facilitate is by using “vocal cues”. Vocal cues are the things you say or sing to help your congregation know where you’re going next in a song.

Today’s episode feels less like a lecture, and more like you’re sitting across from me in my office with our guitars, working through some real-life examples of using vocal cues well. You’ll hear about how to sing them, say them, proper timing, tone, non-verbal cues and more. Enjoy the episode and thanks for being a part of the WLT community!

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When the congregation feels confident, they will sing out confidently.  – Tweet That!

As a worship leader, your job is not to sing, but to help the people sing.  – Tweet That!

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