Philosophy of Worship Ministry

Taking the time to flesh out a written statement of philosophy for your worship ministry can go a long way toward communicating expectations to your worship team and congregation. Certainly, worship pastors should be continually talking about vision and direction. At the same time having a written philosophy statement sends the message to your team and congregation that you serious about offering God the best.

Before joining the worship team at Christian Fellowship Church I was given several documents that outlined the values, expectations and philosophy of the CFC worship ministry. Immediately I knew what I was signing up for.

Over the coming days I’ll be posting a series of articles outlining my personal philosophy of worship ministry. While any philosophy of worship ministry should be adapted to emphasize the specific theology and culture of each local church, I’ll be posting some general thoughts here that will include:

Corporate and Personal Worship Defined

5 Purposes That are Vital to a Thriving Worship Ministry

(Links will become active as each post goes live.)

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5 Responses to “Philosophy of Worship Ministry”


  1. 1 Russ November 1, 2007 at 4:34 am

    Looking forward to this series of posts.

    Keep up the good work.
    Russ

  2. 2 Terry Foester November 1, 2007 at 11:42 am

    Thanks, I’m in the process of developing this – so I’ll be checkin’ back.

  3. 3 Peter Park November 1, 2007 at 3:54 pm

    That’s awesome. It’ll be awesome to hear your thoughts. We are currently going over our philosophy of worship as we make changes to how we lead worship.

  4. 4 Chris Stout November 1, 2007 at 7:04 pm

    Dude, I can’t wait to read these! I’ll probably be on the ship by then, but I can still read. I’ll also have to e-mail you my responses. Can’t “post” anything. 😦

  5. 5 Billy Chia November 1, 2007 at 11:51 pm

    Chris,
    I’ll look forward to some emails 🙂


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