The Fellowship of Worship Artists
Transforming the World
The Fellowship of Worship Artists exists to assist worship leaders in creating meaningful worship experiences that bring people into deeper relationships with God and each other. Founded in 1955 as the National Fellowship of Methodist Musicians, The Fellowship has grown to include worship artists, clergy, and laity involved in all aspects of worship from a variety of denominations and experiences.
We are an ecumenical organization and all are welcome.
Cultivate. Equip. Worship.
The Fellowship provides a variety of resources for worship artists who are passionate about transforming the world through worship.
World Communion Sunday Slide Pack
Customizable slide packs* are one of the benefits of a Fellowship membership. Our slide packs offer slide backgrounds, streaming overlays, motion slides, and social media options (for specific Sundays / events). Whenever possible, you'll also find links to the fonts used so that you may download them if you choose to coordinate other aspects of your service / communications. We're excited to share this year's World Communion Sunday pack with you today.
World Communion Sunday is officially celebrated on the first Sunday of October, and helps to remind Christians across the country and around the world of our unity in Jesus Christ.
If you are a Fellowship member, click here to download your World Communion Slide Pack today!
If you would like to join The Fellowship of Worship Artists to receive these benefits (and so many more!) click here.
*The Fellowship logo overlay is not present on actual slides.
Music: Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow, David Nevue, www.davidnevue.com
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What People Have to Say
I joined The Fellowship in 1956, four months after the charter was signed. The Fellowship has richly influenced my ministry through the persons I met and from whom I have learned. Equally important are the friendships I have formed all over the country.
Bob Schilling - President, 1985-1987