The Fellowship of Worship Artists
Cultivate. Equip. Worship.
The Fellowship provides a variety of resources for worship artists who are passionate about transforming the world through worship.
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Disaffiliation is on the hearts and minds of many of our members. As a community of worship artists, our relationships with one another, and our commitment to our call to provide transformative worship experiences in our local churches and communities will help guide us as we move forward in the days ahead.
Please take a few moments to hear from Nancy Farrington, Camisha Chambers, and Stephen Mitchell as they share what it means to be The Fellowship as disaffiliation processes continue within The United Methodist Church.
We thank you for taking the time to watch
Transforming the World Through Worship
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.
Save the Date!
- Sun, Jun 18Lake Junaluska
- Mon, Jul 10SMU – Perkins School of Theology
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