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Reading chord charts. Understanding the Nashville Number System. Playing by Ear. Improvisation.  


All of these skills are important when cultivating a skilled musician for Worship. Our Worship Piano program will prepare musicians at any skill level or age to be an effective member of their Worship Team.

Beginner Worship Piano.

Being a skilled musician is more than just talent. However, this does not mean that you have to go to school for 4 years and major in music to be skilled. We have carefully selected the components and tools that you need to strive for excellence as a member of your worship team. Here is what you will learn:

  • Major scales and fingerings

  • How to read, write, and understand chord charting

  • Nashville Number System

  • Playing by Ear

  • Improvisational techniques and tools

intermediate worship pian0

Maybe you've grasped basic knowledge of the Nashville number system and theory. Can you read chord charts? If not, that's no problem! In our intermediate level class we can fill in the blanks and strengthen your understanding.  Here are some things you will learn:


  • Adding 7ths, 9ths, 11ths and 13ths for warmer chording

  • Altered chording and reharmonization

  • Minor scales and other scale types and uses

  • Virtuosic techniques

  • Intermediate Ear training

advanced worship piano.

At this point, you have been playing for services for a while. You have a good understanding of chord charting, the number system, and on-the-spot transpositions. What's next? Trust we've got plenty for you! Below are our concepts to an Advanced level class:


  • Advanced chord building

  • Using Secondary Dominant theory and altered chording

  • Pivot chords for key changes

  • Advanced reharmonization

  • Virtuosic finger techniques

  • Phrasing and statements

Learn More

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