Christians spend around 5,000 hours of their lives in Sunday worship, but around 90,000 hours at work. Consequently, our workplaces and industries have a remarkable influence on our lives. How can those 5,000 hours influence the other 90,000? How does corporate worship speak to the work we do every day? Can worship form our work and cultural engagement?
Join worship leaders, pastors, and ministry leaders for a conversation with singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken. Sandra will share about her work as a worship leader and perform selected songs from the new Porter’s Gate: Work Songs album.
Guests will explore practical ways to bridge work and worship in churches from diverse denominational backgrounds. Workshop topics include prayer, liturgy, vocation-themed songs, and worship experiences.
Each guest will receive digital copies of the Porter’s Gate: Work Songs album, accompanying songbook with sheet music and charts, and the liturgical prayer book.
After the workshop, guests are encouraged to attend DIFW’s annual fundraiser and celebration, “The Sound of Work,” featuring additional performances by Sandra McCracken.