Free Online Music Lessons

Resources And Training For Church Worship Bands And Praise Teams Around The World


Free Online Music LessonsIf you would like to GET OVER 40 FREE LESSONS NOW just click on the image or link. Also, below are some other examples of seminars that they can run at your church. Training is always tailored to the needs of the worship team they are working with.



Seminar Descriptions


  • Instrument Fundamentals for Arranging


Understanding how everyone’s instrument should work together within the whole band sound is a core skill for building solid arrangements. This top tips style seminar works through some practical do’s don’ts hint’s and cheat’s for each instrument in the worship team and it’s place in the sonic spectrum. Taught by Andy Chamberlain, Tim Martin and Sam Hargreaves.


  • Band Skills – Practical Musicianship Skills


In this session we unpack some of the ‘mechanics’ of developing band skills. Including lots of tips and ideas on Tuning, Timing, Groove and dynamics, all aimed at playing together better. Taught by Andy Chamberlain and Tim Martin.


  • Band Skills – Playing with Emotion


In this session we tie the technical skills in the previous session together with ideas and exercises on playing with feeling, meaning and emotion in order to better serve, engage and communicate with your congregations. Taught by Andy Chamberlain and Tim Martin.


  • Rehearsals, Soundchecks and Basic PA for Worship Teams
Free Online Worship Music LessonsLearn how to make your rehearsals and sound checks go smoothly and efficiently getting the most out of the time available. Gain a better understanding of how PA works and learn about micing and amplification for different instruments.  Taught by Andy Chamberlain and Tim Martin.


  • Worship Leading Principles and Choosing Songs


Explore foundational principles of leading sung worship, putting together sets of songs and releasing congregations to respond authentically and passionately.


  • Worship Leading, Creating Flow and Spontaneity


Going beyond the basics of worship leading into how we link and flow a journey of worship, drawing people in to deeper engagement with God.  Also thoughts on preparing you and your band for spontaneous leading and moving in the Spirit.


  • Worship Ideas Beyond Music


Principles and loads of practical ideas for leading worship using styles and art forms beyond just singing, or ties these creative ideas seamlessly into sung worship.  Great for releasing more of the congregation into more of who God is.


  • Practical Worship Leading Skills for Everyone


A highly practical workshop for the whole worship team


  • Vocals – Breathing, warm-ups, harmonies and microphone technique
Learn to make the most of your voice by getting posture and breathing right and steal some ideas for warm-up exercises that you can do in the shower on Sunday mornings! We will also cover areas of vocal skills that are particularly relevant to worship leading, such as improvising harmonies and microphone technique. In Stafford, a 3-seminar vocals stream will run. Delegates are welcome to come to one or all of the vocals seminars.


  • Releasing Multi-Media and Digital Rights in the Church.
If the Apostle Paul had Roman roads and Martin Luther the printing press then churches today have the use of the Internet and technology to aid the communication of the gospel. CCLI act as a central agent working to guide churches through the digital and multi media copyright maze. Chris Williams, with 20 years working in the rights industry, aims to provide a simple overview of the legal structures and opportunities using modern technology within ministry.

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