DAILY SCHEDULE

In this new online format, PAM has worked hard to bring you a variety of programs that enrich and enliven. 

 

All times are Eastern Daylight Time, but remember: all programs will be recorded, so you can watch any time you'd like!

* Indicates that a course or session can be counted for Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

+ Indicates that a course or session counts toward PAM Certification

Click here for a FULL LIST of all available sessions, including recorded sessions not on this daily schedule. 

Monday - Thursday Morning

8:30 am:   Yoga

Practitioner Krista Wright brings you a meditative yoga session, designed to begin your day with good mental and physical health.

9:30 am:   Morning Prayer

Begin each day in the rhythm of daily prayer. These sessions are led by Chi Yi Chen Wolbrink, Phillip Morgan, Ann Laird Jones, and Eric Wall.

10:00 am: Worship Reflections (Monday and Wednesday)+

With Jessica Tate, Byron Wade, David Eicher, Ann Laird Jones, and Hannah Garrity. While we find worship at Montreat to be meaningful, we wonder what practical ideas we might take back to our home congregations. We'll explore both general and specific ideas for planning and implementing worship that can be adapted to congregations large and small.

              

10:00 am: Bible Study (Tuesday and Thursday)+

"Witnesses in the Old Testament," led by Suzie Park

11:00 am: Morning Masterclass*+

Featuring classes with our Choral Directors: Eric Nelson, Mark Patterson, and Victor Johnson.

11:45 am: "Montreat Moment”

Join us for a prayer, reflection, or meditation from inside the beautiful Montreat campus.

Monday - Thursday Afternoon

Noon:         Handbell Hour with David Harris*+

Join the director of the renowned group, The Raleigh Ringers, for a fun program all about handbells!

 

1:00 pm:    Afternoon Concert

These short concerts will be presented from all around Montreat's campus.

 

1:30 pm:    Routley Lectures: "Singing Here and Hereafter"*+

To profess that we are surrounded by a “cloud of witnesses” presumes those witnesses to have some manner of ongoing existence. In this series of lectures, we will explore what the church’s song throughout the ages has taught about what happens after death. We will further examine the ways in which contemporary hymnwriters are shaping new texts about the hereafter in conversation with questions and issues of the here and now. These sessions are led by 2020 Routley Lecturer, Dr. Mary Louise "Mel" Bringle.

 

2:15 pm:    "Montreat Moment"
Join us for a prayer, reflection, or meditation from inside the beautiful Montreat campus.

 

2:30 pm:     Art Workshop+

Co-artists-in-residence, Ann Laird Jones and Hannah Garrity discuss art in the liturgical arc and how we can still be creative when our worship services are online. 

3:15 pm:    "Montreat Moment"
Join us for a prayer, reflection, or meditation from inside the beautiful Montreat campus.

3:30 pm:    "Conversations at the Huck”

At Montreat, we catch up on the Huck porch, trade stories, and share ideas. In this 3:30 hour, we’ll have interactive conversations. We’ll talk about what’s happened in our worship this past months, what might happen down the road, and how we can be faithful, creative, and responsive leaders for our congregations. Bring your ideas and your ice cream!

4:30 pm:     Afternoon Masterclass*+

Featuring classes with our Choral Directors: Eric Nelson, Mark Patterson, and Victor Johnson.

7:30 pm:      Worship (Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday)

Led by Jessica Tate and Byron Wade, co-Preachers; David Eicher, Service Organist; and

Ann Laird Jones and Hannah Garrity, Artists.

 

7:30 pm:      Organ Recital (Monday)

Dongho Lee, Recitalist

 

7:30 pm:      Hymn Festival (Wednesday)

"Surrounded: by Story and Song" led by Mel Bringle, 2020 Routley Lecturer

Monday - Thursday Evening

8:30 am:   Yoga

9:30 am:   Morning Prayer

 

10:00 am: Worship Reflections+    

11:00 am: Worship

Friday Morning

Sunday Evening

7:30 pm:  Opening Worship

We're thrilled that you're here with us and we look forward to sharing this time with you.

Let us worship God!

ABOUT US

The Presbyterian Association of Musicians believes that formative and collaborative experiences with God and neighbor nurture relationships and create community.

 

PAM is a national organization of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) for people who are involved in the areas of worship, music, and the arts.

CONTACT

502-569-5288

 

100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

 

pam@pcusa.org

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