The 2017 Sacred Music and Worship Summer Workshop celebrates the importance of worship in an environment where Christian community can be an antidote to division and fragmentation experienced elsewhere. To that end, “Challenges to Worship in a Post-Election Church” brings leaders of worship and music to reflect on calling and tasks for leadership in this critical time. The wisdom of gifted presenters will be augmented by sharing of attendees for best practices and opportunity to ask questions.
Reports on Prior Events
Many helped the Church Music Institute on North Texas Giving Day keep church music going strong to the 10th degree! ————————————————- UPDATE: On September 22, supporters provided $60,815 for the Church Music Institute. Thank you to our generous donors who wrote checks, gave online, and provided challenge funds to keep church music moving forward! Charlotte Kroeker, […]
Tune into an update from Dr. Charlotte Kroeker, CMI Executive Director, on all the exciting events and workshops that happened over the summer. Summer 2016 Was Better Than Ever!
Schenectady, NY – Rev. Donald W. Stake 80, of Schenectady, passed away at Ellis Hospital with his loving family at his side on Sunday, February 21, 2016. Don was born in St. Louis, MO, son of the late Bruce and Dorothy Cope Stake. He graduated from Princeton University in 1957 and Princeton Theological Seminary in […]
Thanks for being our partner! January Sacred Music Conference with Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida February Festival of Church Music at Covenant Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, featuring a 200-voice choir. CMI also taught a course at Union Presbyterian Seminary, Charlotte, entitled “The Church and Sacred Music” that ran concurrently with the Festival. May Launch of […]
At the annual convocation and business meeting for the Association for Reformed and Liturgical Worship at Ghost Ranch, Abiqui, New Mexico, July 20-26, 2015, Dr. Charlotte Kroeker was elected presiding member of the association for the 2015-16 year. She has been a long-time member and most recently a member of the steering committee for AR&LW. […]