Huntington University is a Christian liberal arts college in Indiana

worship leadership

As a Worship Leadership major at Huntington University, you will develop an understanding of true worship from a biblical and theological base – to worship in spirit and in truth. Huntington’s program is comprehensive, exploring traditional, contemporary and emerging worship styles.

Getting Plugged In

You’ll want to look for places where you can use your skills and implement your new ideas.  We will help you get plugged into a place of service where you can do just that. We also provide high interest seminars on a regular basis, outside of the curriculum, to enhance your education experience.

Experience Counts

PRIME Internships in Ministry and MissionsThe highlight of your experience at Huntington University will be the summer and fall of your senior year when you will be immersed full-time in worship leadership through PRIME, an internship that is specifically designed for you. Huntington’s program represents a new paradigm in preparing future worship leaders.

A Flexible Degree

Our worship training program offers a unique combination of ministry leadership preparation and specialized skill development in music and multimedia. Our courses have been carefully designed to give you the building blocks of that foundation. When you choose to become a Worship Leadership major, you will want to determine whether you will follow the guitar or piano track.

In addition, Huntington also offers a worship studies minor. The worship studies minor is designed for students interested in forming a theological and philosophical foundation for Christian worship.

alumni impact

Advantages of a Christian college education at Huntington University

Matthew Hann

Worship Leadership '07

Matthew says HU prepared him for his position as associate pastor of worship and care/visitation at Jerusalem Chapel Church.

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news & events

HU graduate receives IWS Award of Distinction for worship leadershipHuntington University 2014 graduate Alexandra Carlson, a worship leadership major from LaMoille, Ill., has been honored with an Award of Distinction for Outstanding Scholarship and Leadership in Christian Worship. It was presented by President James R. Hart of the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies (IWS).
Five students from the Indiana Beta Chapter of Alpha Chi Honor Society at Huntington University presented at the Alpha Chi National Convention in Nashville during April 4-6.