July 8, 2015 Guest Contributor

How to Improve a Stale Worship Service

Isn’t it great when there’s momentum in your church?

Ministry is happening, people’s lives are being changed, volunteers are excited to be a part of what God is doing in the life of your church, and your worship services seem to have life.

But, every so often things seem to slow down. Don’t worry. Every church experiences this at some point.

The question is, how do you regain momentum?

Firstly, prayer and seeking the Lord. That’s a given.

Secondly, you may need to tweak the “moments” in your service. We’re not talking about the components of your service (the message, the offering time, the worship set…etc.)

We’re talking about the moments—those small, incremental times of transition during your worship services that can create or kill the momentum of your service. They’re the glue that hold your services together.

Join Todd Fields—Director of Worship Leader Development at Northpoint Community Church—and our friends at The Rocket Company, for their next live simulcast on How To Plan Creative Worship Services That Engage Your Church

Todd is going to walk you step-by-step through the service planning process he’s followed for more than 20 years to help you and your church get unstuck and regain your ministry momentum.


If you need fresh ideas to make your service more engaging, this training is for you.

If you need a better system for weekly service planning, this training is for you.

If you’re a worship leader or a lead pastor, this training is for you.

Here are the details:

Date: Wednesday, July 15th

Time: 2PM – 3PM Eastern | 11AM – Noon Pacific


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