Gas Street Church, Birmingham
21 -25 June 2020
This is a jam-packed few days dedicated to training worship leaders – both in who they are and what they do. Come to be inspired, challenged, have fun and soak up the culture of Worship Central here in Birmingham, leaving with a fresh passion for your craft and for Jesus.
The Week kicks off on Sunday evening at 6.00pm with everyone attending the St Luke’s Gas Street evening service (Worship Central’s church home) followed by drinks after the gathering. The final session on Thursday will finish before lunch, at around 1pm.
The programme is designed to invest in your passion and calling, with enough space to encounter God and allow him to speak to you. There will be a number of different sessions including:
Main sessions – Worship, teaching and ministry.
Hubs – Journeying together in small groups with space to discuss particular questions and topics.
Masterclasses – Lessons from a pro – we’ll be hearing from various leaders who are experts in their fields.
Streams – Choose one stream to journey through during The Week. Previous streams have included leadership, theology and songwriting.
Evening sessions – After dinner we’ll meet back together and each night will look different. We will mix it up each day, but you can look forward to some social time as well as diving into some more explorative ways of worshipping.
We’ll also have regular breaks for tea/coffee and meals. A catered lunch is available for an additional fee when booking your ticket.
Tickets are £199.
We encourage delegates to attend the whole event to get the most out of it and for this reason day tickets are not available.
Accommodation is not included. Click here for a list of accommodation in Birmingham.
For any more info or if you have any questions email: [email protected]
You have a period of 14 calendar days in which you may cancel your booking, starting from the day after the day you receive the email acknowledgment in the case of Event Tickets. Working days means that Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays are not included in this period.
This event is suitable for anyone aged 16+. We ask that anyone attending under the age of 18 comes with an adult responsible for them. If this is not possible, please contact [email protected] Unfortunately, we are unable to provide crèche facilities for children or babies.
Guests & Contributors
Hear from amazing speakers and worship leaders!
Jonathan loves the global Church and getting to lead worship around the world. Jonathan & his wife have released eight albums, including their most recent project, ‘Beautiful Surrender’, in partnership with the Bethel Music Collective. Jonathan and Melissa long to see a generation encounter the love of God, and their music reflects their desire for the Earth to look just like Heaven.
Tim leads Worship Central and along with his wife, Rachel, have pioneered St. Luke’s Gas Street. Tim has written many songs including ‘Here I Am to Worship’, ‘Happy Day’, ‘The Way’ and ‘Hope & Glory’.
Luke leads Worship Central with Tim and is based at St. Luke’s Gas Street Church in Birmingham. He has written many songs including ‘Spirit Break Out’, ‘Revive Us (Heavy Rain)’ and ‘Up & Alive’. Luke is married to Anna and they have a son, Jesse.
Anna is the worship pastor at St. Luke’s Gas Street in Birmingham, as well as being part of the Worship Central team, She is a songwriter, having co-written songs such as ‘All For Love (Gethsemane)’, ‘Praise The Lord (Evermore)’ and ‘Stir A Passion’. Anna is married to Luke and they have a son, Jesse.
Nick is a songwriter and worship leader whose co-writes include ‘God’s Great Dance Floor’, ‘Jesus Saves’, ‘The Same Power’, ‘Let it be Known’, ‘The Way’ and ’Stir A Passion’. He is on the leadership team at St. Luke’s Gas Street. Nick is married to Ali and they have two children; Gracie & Josiah.
Nick is a theologian, worship leader and songwriter based at St. Luke’s Gas Street. He has recently completed his PhD in ‘Constructing a Theology for Pentecostal – Charismatic Worship’. Along with his wife Becky, he leads a ministry called ‘Worship For Everyone’ that aims to write songs that unite the church across generational boarders.