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Revitalizing Worship Through Creativity for Small Churches

Deep, meaningful, creative worship isn’t just for large churches. It’s also not for churches who only do “contemporary” worship. It’s not limited to churches with bands, screens and other cutting-edge technology. While it can involve all of those things, stagnant worship can be revitalized to grow and reach more people with intentional creativity. Join author, consultant and worship coach Jason Moore for an inspirational workshop on how to use creativity to create disciple-making, mission-oriented worship that lasts beyond Sunday. Learn numerous time-tested practices to take your worship to the next level. 

Jason Moore

Jason Moore

With a passion for creativity and image, Jason Moore is working to change the world through deep, meaningful, creative worship. Jason is driven to help churches of all sizes, worship styles and means become as effective as possible in communicating the gospel of Jesus Christ to a creative and increasingly image obsessed world.  The author of 9 books, Jason has designed worship alongside such leaders as Adam Hamilton, Michael Slaughter, Tony Campolo, Brian McClaren an Leonard Sweet. Nearly a decade and a half ago, Jason began at Ginghamsburg UMC in Tipp City, Ohio. He later went on to co-found Midnight Oil Productions, his current ministry. In addition to being a very active worship coach and consultant, Jason also works part time as Creative Worship Specialist for the Miami Valley District of the UMC in Dayton, Ohio.

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