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We’re excited to announce that Music United, in partnership with the Edge Network of The United Church of Canada, hosted its first webinar! A chance for everyone involved in worship and music leadership in the church to gather and talk … Continue reading
We’re very excited to be holding our annual meeting and music education event this year at Crossroads United Church in Delta, BC (Vancouver area), in British Columbia Conference of The United Church. Visit our Eventbrite page to register. We’re looking forward to … Continue reading
Your Music United Executive has tentatively chosen April 29 – May 1, 2016, as the dates for our next AGM and Music Matters continuing education event. Would your church consider hosting us? Or do you know of a good location for … Continue reading
After previous annual gatherings in Brandon MB, Moncton NB, and Red Deer AB, we’re very excited to be holding our annual meeting and music education event this year at Emmanuel United Church in North Bay, Ontario, in Manitou Conference of … Continue reading
A passionate group of musicians and music lovers gathered in Red Deer from across Alberta and Northwest Conference, with leadership from across the country, for Music Matters 2014, September 5-7! Plans are now underway for next year’s event, likely in … Continue reading
Join Folk Trio Gathering Sparks and the Emmanuel Howard Park Gospel Choir for an uplifting afternoon of song and celebration! Workshop & Concert: $45 per person– includes dinner and a free concert ticket for a friend! Concert Only: $10 per … Continue reading
Attention all musicians and music lovers! Music United is sponsoring a supportive, learning event for church musicians at Sunnybrook United in Red Deer in September because we have heard comments like the following: “I have no tenors in my choir…” … Continue reading