Lecture with Monique M. Ingalls

Join the London School of Theology Music and Worship Department on 20th May at 7.30pm for a very special free evening lecture with Dr. Monique Ingalls exploring the relationship of worship music and community formation in her lecture titled: ‘Singing Heaven Down to Earth: How Contemporary Worship Music Forms Eschatological Communities’

Dr. Monique M. Ingalls is a researcher, teacher, network builder, and church musician. At Baylor University in Waco, Texas, she teaches courses centered on social and cultural dimensions of congregational music-making, and she supervises master’s and doctoral research on church music topics. She is the author of Singing the Congregation: How Contemporary Worship Music Shapes Evangelical Community(Oxford University Press, 2018) and coeditor of three books that showcase new interdisciplinary approaches to Christian congregational music. She is also cofounder and program chair for the biennial conference “Christian Congregational Music: Local and Global Perspectives” in Oxford, UK.

Sign up for your free ticket here at: https://singingheavendown.eventbrite.co.uk 

LST is an interdenominational, evangelical learning community with nearly 700 students in total, including students on four undergraduate BA programmes, a wide range of taught and research postgraduate programmes, and distance-learning programmes. The BA (hons) Theology, Music & Worship and BA (hons) Theology & Worship are unique academic programmes that deliberately integrate theology, music and worship, pursue excellence in music and train church leaders while encompassing breadth and exploring creativity.

Contact music@lst.ac.uk or call 01923 456 220 for more information.

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