While I've been traveling a lot over the past years, it's been some time since I've been on a pilgrimage. For me, pilgrimage has something to do with discovery, with spiritual quest or awakening. Bringing only the essentials along, it's a time to step into the provision of God, as well as the abundance discovered in the people and places we meet along the way. It's a space for listening and discernment, as we uproot from usual routines and give ourselves over to the journey.
How can it already be mid-October, friends?! The last weeks have passed quickly and joyfully, with visits to Lebanon, PA, Roanoke, VA and Chicago, IL alongside my semi-regular commute between St. Louis and New York City. There's been a lot of focus on Advent music and planning, including several workshops focused on creative planning for the season.
Read my fall newsletter to find out where I’ve been and where I’m headed in the coming months!Read More
It's amazing to think this new vocational journey officially began just two years ago, and what a rich and rewarding time it's been. I have had the privilege of traveling alongside an incredible range of congregations, denominational bodies, and religious institutions, and I'm indebted to the clergy and leaders who have welcomed me and the singing, noticing, and exploration we've done together.Read More
I'm pleased to share a recent article from the Presbyterian Mission Agency focusing on music for this year's Big Tent gathering in St. Louis. It's been a joy to help plan music for a national event of the Presbyterian Church (USA), and I look forward to sharing worship leadership with a wonderful talented, diverse group of musicians this July!Read More