Worship Arts Convocation 2017 Update!

There is a phenomenal visual art track at Move. Workshops are catered to beginner and experienced artists under the leadership of special guest, Kevin Sparks. Contact your command liaioson to register. There is only a small window of opportunity left! (Deadline Feb. 1)


The Salvation Army continues to offer God-honoring worship services attracting and nurturing our people through relevant bible teaching and inspiring music and arts in a welcoming atmosphere. In order to support and strengthen this desire, we are pleased to announce details of the Territorial Worship Arts Convocation at Ladore Lodge and Conference Center on March 10-12, 2017.  We will gather around the theme:

“MOVE! For in him we live and move and have our being.”

DanielleStricklandOur guest speaker for the weekend will be Major Danielle Strickland, Western Territorial Social Justice Secretary and much sought after speaker even outside of The Salvation Army.   Other special guests and workshop leaders include Unbound, Army on Its Toes Dance Company, TAM (Territorial Arts Ministries) Team, Pendel Brass and Singers, B/M Peggy Thomas, Lt. Col. Pat LaBossiere, Kevin Sparks and aerialist Kathryn Higgins. AOIT-Gold_Black_Feature

The Convocation will be most beneficial to music and arts leaders, corps officers, local officers and those leading worship in Salvation Army commands. We will focus on worship with artistic expressions such as: instrumental/brass band, vocal/songsters, dance, drama, worship team, visual arts, media/tech, worship planning and prayer.

Delegates will register through the appointed DHQ, ARC or CFOT liaison to the Assistant Program Secretary’s office to the attention of No registrations will be accepted from individuals or corps.

Registrations deadline is February 1, 2017.

The weekend will begin on Friday, March 10th with registration at 6:00pm and first session at 8:00pm. We will conclude following Sunday worship on March 12th by 12:00pm.

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