Thank you so much for your consideration in bringing SongLab to your
church or city! Below is an example of a SongLab we have done in the past,
but we are happy to custom make an option that fits your group best.
So please contact us for specific pricing and available dates.
THE HOST IS RESPONSIBLE FOR:
- Flight and hotel for Meredith
- Lunch and waters for the group
- A white board would be amazing (but not required)
Meredith will come to your church and hold a Songlab for your worship team
or those you invite. This is what the SongLab will consist of (can be flexible to
fit your group of course). It is typically held on a Friday night and Saturday.
(can be open to a bigger group)
6:00pm - 8:30pm Includes:
- Teaching on 'The New Song' and 'Why Creativity'
- Practical tips for writing
- Activation Exercise (We learn best by doing; Meredith will pick an exercise that best fits the size and level of the group)
(up to 20 people)
9-9:30am - Worship
9:30-10am - Writing from the place of encounter & intimacy || Object writing || How to dig deeper to give Jesus beautiful praise!
10-10:30am - The practicals of co-writing || Talk about the misconceptions of co-writing and tips on how to navigate the process.
10:30am-12:30pm - Writing session #1 || I will break the groups into 3 or 4 people and they will work on a song together.
12:30-1:30pm - LUNCH || EAT TOGETHER AND PROCESS THE WRITING SESSION
2-4pm - Writing session #2 || We will break into new groups and write a new song!
5-6pm - Song Share || This is a bit more flexible. We can break for dinner and come back for the song share or eat after.
ABOUT THE MAULDINS
Michael and Meredith have a passion to see the
church, at large, leading in creativity again and believe everything starts from the place of worship. For the last 15 years of their marriage they have been studying what it means to worship the Lord. For 7 of those years, they had the honor to help pioneer the worship movement that is called the UpperRoom, based out of Dallas, TX. They love to empower worship teams and creatives
to create and song write from a place of encounter, stewarding the revelation that is happening in them personally and in their local church communities. They have found that teams that worship and create together develop new levels of unity, as well as celebration, rather than competition. They would love the opportunity to help your team write new songs
to be sung in your churches and communities.