Your Inspiration will soar when you hear Mark Cole, as he shares how to revitalize your December Worship Services.

Join us on this 12-13-17 at 2pm Live or Playback with the most Notable Arranger for and Worship Team Training’s very own: “Mark Cole.”

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 Mark Cole will help show you how to make easy tweaks to your existing Christmas music, that will keep both your worship services engaging and awesome!

Learn About:
– The Old Made New
– Making Small Changes for a Big Difference
– Creative Grooves for the Band
– How to Make Great Charts
– Creating Vocal Parts that Really Sing


Mark Cole has spent over 30 years as a Worship Pastor in some of the largest churches in Canada and is also the founding musical arranger of, a ministry supplying worship charts and orchestrations for thousands of churches around the world. Mark has also spent 10 years travelling around the world to over 60 countries leading worship in outreach situations, doing church consulting, teaching seminars and directing bands with many different ministries.



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