A core aspect of the School of Worship is the practical involvement in the life of the local church. Each student will be integrated into the community of the church through worship teams, discipleship, outreaches, homegroups, and more.
Each student will be placed in a Living Light homegroup, which provides a more intimate means of receiving care and input beyond the School of Worship and Sunday church meetings. You will be asked to share with the group the things you are learning and revelation you are receiving to provoke others in their understanding and practice of worship.
Church Worship Teams
Students who show a high level of spiritual and musical maturity may be asked to join a worship team that serves the church body. Such involvement will include regular practices and playing and/or singing in church meetings.
Serving in the Church
Students will be asked to serve in the context of our regular church meetings. Possible areas include assisting in sound engineering, ushering, power point, children’s church, and youth work.
Each student will be mentored by a recognized leader in Living Light Christian Church who will regularly meet with him/her. Their role will be to encourage the student in all areas of life, including the practical outworking of what he/she is learning from the program.
Serving in the Community
As the reputation of the school grows, we are increasingly requested to help other church congregations, in Kenosha and beyond, with praise and worship. We are also invited to perform at Christian and secular events and venues. Therefore students are occasionally sent to minister into these situations, leading worship or playing/singing in a variety of different contexts.
There will be evangelistic outreaches, involving praise and worship and/or musical performances by bands or individuals. Students will be an integral part of these special events.
God has given me so much revelation of His heart and for people and I've grown in a passion to see the Church - the people of God - mature to be all that He's called them to be.