School of Worship is for ANYONE who has a heart for worship

School of Worship is a teaching course designed to bring clarity to the theology of worship, leading to a renewed passion and understanding for all the worshippers who attend.

School of Worship 2019 will start in January and will meet bi-monthly over the course of 1 year. 

School of Worship has a great line up of phenomenal communicators and worship leaders who will be joining us to teach, inspire and equip such as: Dotha Blackwood, Tracey Campbell, Anthony Hodgkinson, Dr John Andrews, Pastor Nick Hughes and Pastor Doug Williams.

School of Worship is open to everyone who has a desire to connect with God and go deeper in their relationship with Him. School of Worship isn’t just a course for worship leaders, (though they’ll find it very beneficial), it is a course for ANYONE who is committed to knowing more and growing more in God.



School of Worship is held at Emmanuel Community Church International (ECCi), a Pentecostal Church in the heart of East London.

ECCi is just a short walk from the well known ‘Walthamstow Market’ and home to the Selbourne Walk Shopping Centre. The area has a good range of  well priced, world cuisine eateries.  ECCi is located in a controlled parking zone which means drivers cannot leave their cars parked on the street without a valid permit, however, paid parking is available in Selbourne Walk Shopping Centre.

The area also has excellent transport links and is just a 10 minute walk from Walthamstow Central Station.

There is also a local Travelodge for overnight stays.

“School of Worship is open to anyone who has a hunger to go deeper in their worship of God."

"I am fully convinced that this is a course for every believer of God. For anyone that desires to enrich their expression of love to God. I believe that all forms of spiritual gifting emanate from the quality of worship offered in the secret place; the overflow from putting into practice the model of worship as portrayed in God's word."
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