Musicians in ministry
BOLD conducted a survey in 2014 aimed at UK churches varying in size, style and denominations to gather information surrounding their music ministry successes and challenges. We identified 4 common issues that many- in particular, Pentecostal Ministries are facing nowadays;
Churches are paying musicians to play at their services on a weekly basis
Music ministries have broken down as a result of key members no longer attending
Although full of music enthusiasts, due to lack of mentoring over the years, skills haven't been passed down to ensure continuation of a successful music department.
The house musicians are committed to the church and department, but need help to develop their skills
What Is MIM?
A solution to challenge these common problems churches face. A program that offers an opportunity for churches to invest in developing a department
Why Choose Mim?
- We offer a programme that provides churches with the opportunity to invest in enhancing their own musicians and department, reducing the need to hire
- We'll come in, and train your musicians over a number of weeks, teaching them new skills and techniques to enhance your worship sound
- If you currently have no musicians, but people with a musical ear, committed to and interested in learning, we can come in and teach core principles to get started.
- MIM offer beginnner and intermediate courses, and also the option to customise a plan that will bring the best results for your church