After service on August 18, join us for a special workshop with our guest speaker, Matt Meyer. In this participatory workshop, you will build skills and confidence for leading music in worship or in the streets.
We’ll share best practices for invitational leadership and gentle encouragement to singing. We’ll also expand your repertoire for singing without accompaniment. Join us for an experience of leading and following, rhythm and words, and the sound of a community in harmony together.
No musical experience necessary.
Fee: No charge. A free will donation for this event would be deeply appreciated.
Details: Sunday, August 18, 12-1:30 p.m. Please register in advance if possible; however, drop-ins are warmly welcome.
Facilitator: Matt Meyer is a sought-after speaker wherever Unitarian Universalists gather to deepen their worship and explore their faith. He has lead worship for convocations at several seminaries and has been a worship leader and workshop presenter for national gatherings of LREDA, UUMN, UUMA and the last twelve general assemblies of the UUA. Matt has been blessed to have performed with Ysaye Barnwell (of Sweet Honey in the Rock), Pete Seeger, Emma’s Revolution, Peter Mayer, Jim Scott, Nick Page, The Halalisa Singers, Samba Tremeterra, and Bloco de Afrobrazil. He has a degree in hand drumming from Berklee College of Music and has studied abroad in Cuba, Ghana, and Central America.