With Andy Piercy (UK), Rachel Wilhelm (United Adoration), & Mike O’Brien (Vineyard)
June 4th – June 6th, 2024
Location: TBD, Trinity School for Ministry
In this three-day seminar, Andy Piercy and friends will offer workshops and teaching for any worship leader. Topics will include:
Andy Piercy is a Worship Development Consultant advising churches and providing in-depth coaching for worship leaders. From 1993 Andy was on staff as worship leader at Holy Trinity Brompton, UK and in 2006 was appointed National Director of Worship Development for the AMiA in the USA. Andy has produced albums for Delirious, Matt Redman, and Graham Kendrick, as well as written and recorded as well as writing and recording his own worship songs.
Rachel Wilhelm is a worship leader and singer-songwriter recording artist in Knoxville, TN. She is Vice President of the ministry United Adoration and leads songwriting and worship arts retreats for local churches and their artists. She also is a conference and workshop speaker both in the USA and the UK. Her album list is growing with A Kindling Glance (EP) (2016), Songs of Lament (2017), Requiem (2021), Mystery Canticles (2022), and Jeremiah (2023). Visit her at rachelwilhelm.com.
Mike O’Brien is a worship coach, leadership mentor, teacher, and music producer. He holds his Masters of Worship Studies from the Robert E. Webber Institute and is serving the Church at large in worship team training and leader mentoring. He served as a worship pastor for 20 years and, since 2016, has served in over 200 churches in mainline, charismatic, and liturgical streams. Visit him at threestreamsworship.com.
As a school for ministry, we put much thought and prayer into how we form our students as faithful ministers in the mission of Christ to the world. We also seek to further equip those in pastoral ministry beyond seminary to be even more effective in how the Lord is calling them to serve Him. Our intent is to help those engaged in pastoral ministry think about life in the world around us and the sufferings of people. To that end, for the past several years the Practical Theology Department has hosted a series of mini-conferences entitled “Pastoral Responses…” on a variety of topics, including Church revitalization, faith & work, and pastoral counseling, among others.
Please join us as we explore these pressing pastoral topics.