Episode 27 • How To Run An Efficient Rehearsal

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

Similarly to Episode 26, we’re diving in to the DNA of being a worship team. This is a big one. For many teams, rehearsals start on Sunday morning right before service… but this episode, we talk about the endless possibilities of team building, encouragement, and growing as musicians together with the art of having an efficient rehearsal.

In our past episode on running effective sound checks, we dive in a little deeper on the long lasting effects of creating space for your team to develop. But in this episode, we’re unveiling some super practical tips for good communication, expectations for your team, and ways to build an effective rehearsal environment.

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