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Do we have to worship God with singing?
Time: 12:00 Saturday
Where: Redwood Upstairs
Style: Interactive Workshop
Isn’t it annoying that we get made to sing “worship” songs, or on the flip side isn’t it annoying worship leading and seeing people waiting for you to finish? Do we even know why we should or shouldn’t have songs in church? This workshop is going to answer these questions for both sides by answering the very complex WHY of worship – and how it’s gotten from biblical then, to Bethel now.
Lower North Island Youth Consultant, SUNZ
Eugene is the Lower North Island Youth Consultant for Scripture Union. He is hugely passionate about empowering youth pastors and workers in their amazing work, and is always inspired when people are engaging with the difficult questions especially around biculturalism. Eugene is of mixed parentage, Maori/Samoan/Dutch, and teaches from his own experiences of walking the multi-cultural line, but also has worked in the Church and Community sectors with multi-cultural youth and draws on both experience, study, and relationship to teach on these difficult matters. Eugene’s qualifications are a Diploma in Youth and Community studies majoring in Te Ao Maori in youthwork, and a BA in Commercial Music