The Jazz of Congregational and Clergy Life and Ministry

The Jazz of Congregational and Clergy Life and Ministry

What do Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, and others have to do with faithful, relevant, and fulfilling ministry?

Join pastor and author Kirk Byron Jones, DMin, PhD, for an exciting exploration of music and ministry from the world of classic jazz. This workshop will include a brief presentation by Dr. Jones followed by group dialogue and playful exercises to expand each participant's understanding of ministry in unusually meaningful ways.

Registration for this workshop includes a complimentary copy of Kirk Byron Jones' book, The Spiritual Treasure of Jazz: Wisdom that will Make Your Life Swing. 


WORKSHOP DATE & TIME OPTIONS 

This workshop will be offered twice to provide scheduling flexibility for participants. Participants do not need to attend both sessions.

Tuesday, November 8 | REGISTRATION COMING SOON 
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EST 

Tuesday, November 15 | REGISTRATION COMING SOON 
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM EST 


Kirk Byron JonesABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR 

Kirk Byron Jones is a graduate of Loyola University and Andover Newton Theological School, and holds a Doctor of Ministry degree from Emory University and a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Drew University. Dr. Jones began preaching at age 12, and has served as a pastor for over thirty years. Throughout his pastoral ministry, Rev. Jones has served on various religious and civic committees at the local and national level. Dr. Jones is the author of many books for clergy, and all persons seeking spiritual growth in a changing and challenging world.