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There’s no better time for us to be together as …

ONE


What happens when Music & Worship Arts Week and the Fellowship Biennial Convocation come together for ONE great event at Lake Junaluska, NC, June 20-25, 2021?

We’re so glad you asked! We’re in the process of naming a Task Force to work out how this one gathering will offer the best of our Biennial Convocation and Music & Worship Arts Week.

These are our initial plans that have been created by the Music & Worship Arts Week Design Team.

While the decision to hold one event in 2021 was made in January 2020, we acknowledge that our context of ministry has gone through significant changes and challenges since that time. We will undoubtedly experience more change as we look toward a re-scheduled General Conference in 2021. Whatever the outcome, The Fellowship remains committed to our mission to assist worship leaders in creating meaningful worship experiences that bring people into deeper relationships with God and each other. 


“There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to the one hope of your calling, one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who is above all and through all and in all.”

– Ephesians 4:4-6


Mark your calendar now: June 20-25, 2021

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Event Clinicians

Information coming soon!


Children & Youth

Children & Youth Programming

This multigenerational event will offer a full variety of opportunities for children and youth participation. There will be choral ensembles specifically for elementary, middle high and senior high students. Youth in grades 7 and older are also able to participate in handbell, dance, drama, and instrumental opportunities, while elementary-aged children can participate in drumming, dancing, and other arts activities.

The Fellowship

The Fellowship exists to assist worship leaders in creating meaningful worship experiences that bring people into deeper relationships with God and each other.

Founded in 1955 as the National Fellowship of Methodist Musicians, The Fellowship has grown to include worship artists, clergy, and laity involved in all aspects of worship from a variety of denominations and experiences.