18th Annual Andrews University Music & Worship Conference
February 18-20, 2021 || Andrews University
“God is No Respecter of Persons': How Worshiping Together Cultivates Unity across the Divide”
Hybrid Event (Online and in-person)
The Andrews University Music & Worship Conference seeks to provide a forum for scholarly and professional dialogue, the advancement of knowledge, and the promotion of best practices in Christian worship and music.
The Conference welcomes scholarship from a diversity of perspectives, such as: biblical studies, theology, history, liturgical studies, sociology, ritual studies, homiletics, and musicology.
At the Conference, presenters and participants interact to learn principles and practices for incarnational worship ministry that glorifies God, transforms worshipers, and changes the world.
The Conference provides an opportunity to worship together, be equipped, and connect with others who share a commitment to worship and music ministry.
Due to COVID-19, the Conference will be a hybrid event. Guest attendees are invited to attend and present virtually. Students, faculty and staff of Andrews University are encouraged to present at the Conference in-person. Limited seating will be available to students, faculty and staff of Andrews University who wish to attend in person—physical distancing and face masks are required.
Proposals must include a 200-word abstract and working title. Please submit paper proposals in MS Word format to David Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than December 1, 2020. All presentations must be 15-20 minutes (absolute max) (approx. 2,500 words).
Non-AU presenters must present their papers virtually. These presentations must be pre-recorded, and must be sent no later than February 12, 2021. AU presenters should present via livestream from the Chapel where the paper presentations will be featured. ALL presenters will engage in a panel discussion via Zoom/livestream following the presentations.
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