Applications for January 2024 coming soon!

Who is it for?

This is a course for anyone in Secondary School with musical or vocal ability and a Christian faith, longing to go deeper with God, entering His presence in worship and who wants to be able to invite others to do the same. The course will help you develop your musical skills, understand what true worship is and grow your talents to lead others in worship.

If you are involved in leading worship at your church or youth group (or would like to), this course is for you! All you need is to be able to confidently play worship music.

What is it?

The Thrive worship course explores what worship is, who we worship and how we can be a Spirit-filled lead worshipper who others can follow.

Each session is split into two: We start the first half learning about worship through Bible study, discussions, prayer, and reflections. Then we put what we have learned into practice, with a time of playing our instruments together as we learn to play a worship song or two together.

The course builds up to our exciting worship and creativity day where we go deeper into the art of leading others in worship and using creativity in worship, including some song writing!

Where and when?

The sessions will be in St Paul’s Church, Warwick and shall start in February 2024.

The Cost

The course cost is payable at the first session.

Who runs it?

This course is being hosted by our Youth Mission Enabler, James Yates. James has a passion to see young people worshipping and serving the church with their gifts. He has served as a worship leader in his church and plays the guitar and bass.

How to apply

The course will be run in February 2024, keep in contact here if you would like to. Applications will be opening soon!

We hope to see you there!

Find out what previous participants thought about the course!

“It was awesome, and engaging, and fun.”

“I would really recommend the course to young people, of any standard, who want to build confidence and explore worship! It was really fun to play and meet new people.”

“It was a fun way to learn the basics of leading worship with a band, whilst also getting to know some new people”.