The Center for Christian Music Studies at Baylor offers unique learning opportunities for students and the surrounding community. Guest artists, composers and scholars are brought to campus each semester to share their innovative ways of spreading the love of Christ throughout the world.
The Alleluia Conference is a one-of-a-kind enrichment event featuring superb clinicians who re-energize and inspire worship leaders, including music ministers, children's choir leaders, and keyboard ministers.
The Church Music Forum meets monthly to encourage and support church music.
The Hearn Innovators Series is designed to bring innovators in the field of Christian Music to Baylor's campus and facilitate close interaction between the guest and Baylor's students.
The Northcutt lecture is designed to bring nationally and internationally known church music scholars to Baylor University.
The Center for Christian Music Studies reaches out to all people and areas of Christian music through cross-disciplinary opportunities that create avenues to engage in music in a completely different way.
Mosaic is an annual worship service that is entirely planned, organized, and led by undergraduate and graduate church music students.
Sacred Harp singing is so named after the shape-note tunebook Sacred Harp, first published by B. F. White and E. J. King in 1844.
This high quality musical learning experience is geared towards young, aspiring worship leaders and instrumentalists (high school grades 9-12).
Baylor is proud to host one of the five YouthCue festivals each year. These events maintain a high standard of excellence, while also creating an exciting outreach atmosphere for the involved youth.
This event brought together church music faculty from colleges and universities who offer undergraduate church music training.
Fourteen scholars from across the United States and Scotland presented papers on the history, philosophy, and practice of Baptist church music.