VERB | wur-ship – to honor or reverence as a divine being or supernatural power; to regard with great or extravagant respect, honor, or devotion
We’ve all heard that we were created to worship and it certainly should be our highest priority. We help take your music team and church into a deeper, more intimate worship experience.
Unfortunately, the musicians in most churches often don’t have any formal training. We want to be a resource for your music ministry to get the much-needed support you’re looking for.
VERB | im-pahrt | to give or convey; to communicate the knowledge of;
What Others Are Saying
"I believe that Tim would be a positive influence in any Church or Bible School setting."
– Trey Hill – Senior Pastor, The Word Fellowship Church, Kenedy, TX
"Tim's ministry is always powerfully anointed of the Lord, and the congregation always responds well to his ministry."
– Robert Burns – Lead Pastor, First Assembly of God, Levelland, TX
“We enjoyed having Tim work with our worship team. The results are amazing...I can highly recommend the Worship Weekends.”
– Christine Burdick – Pastor, Victory Fellowship, Fredericksburg, TX
“I have been in many of Tim's worship conferences...I've learned a lot about worship from Tim.”
– Robby V, Fredericksburg, TX
"I consider it a privilege to highly recommend Tim to you. He is an anointed singer, musician, teacher and preacher."
– Jim Harris – Senior Pastor, Portland Christian Center, Portland, TX
"I took 8 pages of notes and my brain is spinning with all the new information it has in it."
"I have been privileged to have been a member of Tim's worship team for several years. My approach to worship has been changed and deepened through his leadership."
– Sara D, Uplift Church, Llano, TX
"I like how organized everything was, but it wasn’t pressuring. It was very calm and overall a great learning experience."
"Tim went into great detail about each topic, making sure that everyone understood what he was talking about!"
– Workshop Attendee
What You Can Expect
1. A COMPREHENSIVE WEEKEND
Since we’re only together for a few days our Worship Weekends are designed to maximize our time. Saturday is a full day of workshops, and Sunday Tim leads worship with the team in the morning service. Some churches have found it to be beneficial to have him teach in the morning service as well. (This gives the congregation a little taste of what the music team has already been learning.)
2. In-Depth Teaching
Saturday morning is all about the spiritual side of worship. Here is where we get into what lies at the very core of the worship ministry. Some of the subjects include:
- “The Beginning of the Story: Intro Into Worship”
- “The Significance of Worship”
- “In Spirit and Truth”
- “Unity In Corporate Worship”
- “The 4 Responsibilities of the Worship Team”
3. Hands-On Training
Saturday afternoon is all about the nuts and bolts of leading worship. Here is where we get a little technical. Then later we’ll rehearse for the Sunday morning service.
The whole weekend is designed to be interactive but during the afternoon rehearsal, Tim will work with the team in specific areas they can improve on.