LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – Tribe, a mission-focused, four-day conference for middle and high school students who want to sharpen their worship skills in all areas of music, will be coming to Louisville this summer.
The Tribe conference takes place June 8-11 at the Galt House in Louisville. Registration is now open for the Lifeway-sponsored event.
Tribe is more than a typical worship conference. It is a hands-on, real-life missions project. Tribe will help students express their passion for worship and love for God in tangible acts of service.
Besides the Louisville event, another Tribe conference takes place in Riverside, California.
“It’s a great opportunity for churches that have student singers to invest in them,” said Jason “Bubba” Stewart, the worship leader consultant with the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
The conference pastor will be Josh Waugh.
Tribe is a unique leadership and learning event for students who love to praise the Lord through music. Anchored by the mission project, Tribe will help students identify and claim God’s call for their lives. They will be equipped to help make and grow disciples and live out an authentic faith devoted to Christ.
Worshipping Jesus is about more than singing in a choir or leading a praise chorus in church. Tribe will help students experience the importance and impact of adopting an entire lifestyle of worship and service to the Living God.
The conference concludes with the ultimate event when all students take to the stage for an unforgettable night of praise and worship.
Here are some registration details:
Click HERE to register.