‘I've had all I can take of your noisy ego-music. When was the last time you sang to me?
Do you know what I want? I want justice - oceans of it. I want fairness - rivers of it. That's what I want.’
Amos 5:23-24 - The Message
10am – 1pm, Saturday 28 February 2009 at Christian Aid, 35 Lower Marsh, Waterloo, London SE1 7RL
Amos’ words are shocking. But, in a world of breathtaking poverty, they resonate with an increasing number of worship leaders looking for ways of worshipping God that connect to his desire for justice.
Join Andy Flannagan and Liz Baddaley from Christian Aid, to explore how you can bring in themes of justice into your church worship. We will discuss why including justice in your worship is important, brainstorm ideas to take back to our churches and look at a range of helpful resources.
This workshop is open to all involved in leading worship - both musicians and non-musicians.
Due to space restrictions we will need to limit numbers attending to 40 and registrations will be taken on a first come first served basis. There will be a £5 charge made on the day. To register, please email your name and phone number, the name of the church you attend and a brief description of your role in leading worship to: London@christian-aid.org