Panel: Music as Contemplative Practice
Many different types of music are used in contemplative practice such as yoga, massage, meditation and other religious services. Worship services use music to help congregants experience a receptive atmosphere or an atmosphere of praise and worship. A wide range of musical styles are used in local worship services ranging from traditional liturgical organ preludes to gospel singing, hymn singing and contemporary praise choruses led by a praise team. November 4th at Coastal Carolina University, a panel of local church worship leaders will share their views on the value of music in contemplative practice.