Worship & Music

at Montreat

Week 1: June 21 - June 26

Week 2: June 28 - July 3

Montreat Conference Center
Montreat, North Carolina

Our annual Worship and Music Conferences at Montreat offer a full week of inter-generational worship and music for professionals, musicians, clergy, laypersons, choirs, youth groups, and families.

Guided by the principles of Reformed worship, conferees explore opportunities for vital worship experiences and enriching the liturgical life of the local church.

2019 - 2020 PAM Webinar Series

Q & A with the Directors

2020 PAM Worship and Music

Conferences at Montreat

Doodle Harris and Rich Richards

Mary Ibis
Second Presbyterian Church, Little Rock

Strategies for Working with People with Special Needs

Erich Thompson - Thompson Sacred Spaces

Eric Wall, CCM - PAM President-Elect

Places at the Table: Furnishings in the Liturgical Space

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January 30, 2020
1:00 PM (EST)

Visual Art In the Worship Space

Rev. Dr. Ann Laird Jones

2020 Worship & Music Conference Artist

Leading Congregational Song

from the Piano

Dr. Tony McNeill

Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary

February 27, 2020
1:00 PM (EST)

PART 2: Churches Don't Get Sued for Copyright Infringement, Do They?
Websites, Streaming, and Social Media 

April 23, 2020
1:00 PM (EST)

Terri Sinclair, DMA, Director of Music,

Kirsten Foyles, J.D., M.M.E.

Children and Youth Music Ministry

Community Presbyterian Church, Pinehurst, NC

FAVORITES FROM THE 2018-19 SERIES

Kelly Abraham, PAM Executive Director;

 

Mary Ibis, Assoc. Dir. of Music and Arts,

Second Presbyterian Church - Little Rock, AR;

 

Beth Visser, Dir. of Children's & Youth Choirs, University Presbyterian Church, Chapel Hill, NC

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Nathan Crabtree, Director of Music

Northminster Presbyterian Church, Hickory, NC

This webinar features a new children's book from Presbyterian Publishing entitled,

"The Marvelous Mustard Seed," as well as

"A Tiny Seed," a song to accompany the book written by Nathan Crabtree and Erik Whitehill.

Percussion with Children

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Churches Don't Get Sued for Copyright Infringement, Do They?

Terri Sinclair, DMA, Director of Music,

Kirsten Foyles, J.D., M.M.E

Children and Youth Music Ministry

Community Presbyterian Church, Pinehurst, NC

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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