Announcing the Voices in Praise Music Conference

Posted By on November 4, 2013

Join us for a two-day celebration of music and worship!  The VIP session is a special blend of praise and worship music, new music reading, and musical fellowship for choir directors.  We blend music from multiple publishers into a veritable festival that will introduce you and your choir to the many different styles of worship music.

The event will be led by Joe Martin, bringing with him his exquisite musicianship and unmatched talent.  Joe will be joined by several nationally known clinicians such as Heather Sorenson, Mark Hayes, and Lloyd Larson.

You can involve your group in the Gathering of Song event on Friday evening.  This choir will rehearse and perform for the community the night prior to the reading session.

Here’s Joe talking about the event: 

The Voices in Praise  event is a great opportunity for directors in the area to join in fellowship and praise for the Lord while learning and enjoying new music.  Come and raise your voice to the Lord with us.  Together we can encourage unity through praise and help fill the hearts of our respective congregations with love.

Let the music begin!

Event Locations:

Santa Ana, California:

January 10 – 11, 2014

Calvary Church Santa Ana
1010 North Tustin Ave.
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Santa Ana Event Page

Arlington Heights, Illinois:

January 31 – February 1, 2014

First Presbyterian Church
320 North Dunton Ave.
Arlinigton Heights, IL 60004

Arlington Heights Event Page

Kalamazoo, Michigan:

May 2 – 3, 2014

Calvary Bible Church
855 South Drake Road
Kalamazoo, MI 49009

Kalamazoo Event Page

About the author

Brendan Lyons started at Pepper in 2012 and currently works in the Marketing department as a Copywriter. Outside of Pepper, Brendan is engaged in a number of creative endeavors including a series of fantasy novels, a musical project, and scripting a video game based on his novels. He also volunteers with his church youth group.

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