getting ready for canberra

Deeper songbook cover[2]Hi!
I’m still around – it’s been forever since I last blogged. Busier than I’d like it to be. Lots of weekends away (Emmaus Community and family) combined with all systems go at my church has meant not enough relax time. I could be reading anything, but to sit down at times this past week with Dan Brown’s “The Lost Symbol” has been massively appreciated!

I’ve just self-published a new collection of worship songs – “Deeper into you”.

The impetus for this has been our trip to Canberra next weekend – yes, another weekend away – for the “Celebrating our Faith” national UC seminar on word & music in worship, for which we’re elective leaders.

Our elective: “Contemporary Australian Worship Songs” has presented a challenge – what is around beyond Hillsong… and even Robin Mann.

As it turns out we’re using material from Hillsong, Jared Haschek, Michael Mangan, Monica O’Brien/Gina Ogilvie, Robin Mann, Fiona Fraser, Colin Buchanan, Craig Mitchell, Elizabeth Smith … and maybe some others.

Eric from my church is going; he writes. Need to ask him. Let’s see

I’ll blog a bit on the seminar in a week’s time

Cheers
David

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