Sing! Conference to take place in Nashville

Sing! is a music worship conference dedicated to helping pastors, musicians and leaders build a Biblical understanding and creative vision for congregational singing in their churches. In the wake of a global pandemic, the fifth annual Getty Music Worship Conference is themed “In Christ Alone: Reset | Restore | Reunite.”

 Highlights of this year’s conference include:

  • Seven essential plenary session talks on the themes of resetting, restoring, and reuniting around the Gospel in Christ-centered worship
  • Compelling musical concerts each day launching new album projects from Keith & Kristyn Getty and Matt Papa & Matt Boswell
  • The first ever LIVE Getty Family Hymn Sing from the Country Music Hall of Fame
  • Breakout sessions designed to impart practical wisdom and experience for church leaders, individuals and families
  • Vibrant congregational singing with over 8,000 believers in the Bridgestone Arena
  • Practical and inspiring ideas on how your church can renew a commitment to congregational worship and revitalize congregational singing in the wake of the pandemic
  • A special emphasis on restoring pastors and individuals to personal emotional and spiritual health amid the challenges and losses experienced in 2020

Speakers and Artists include: Keith & Kristyn Getty, Joni Eareckson Tada, Alistair Begg, John Piper, Trip Lee, David Platt, Conrad Mbewe, John Lennox, H.B. Charles, Laura Story, Voddie Baucham, Chris Tomlin, City Alight, Trillia Newbell, Matt Merker, Matt Papa, Jordan Kauflin, Sandra McCracken, Bob Kauflin & many more!

Over 8,000 people are expected to attend the event and space is very limited. 

We hope to see you there! The conference has graciously offered a discount code to Lee University attendees; use the code LEEU25 for 25% online or in-person tickets.

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