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This coming Sunday will be the second week in our series “The Questions Jesus Asks.”  This series is a journey through the Gospel of Luke, using the questions that Jesus asks people around him as our guide.

This Sunday the question we are looking at is being framed as...

This coming Sunday we will be ordaining and installing our new class of Elders.  For the occasion I went searching for songs about calling or decisions.  I stumbled upon I Have Decided To Follow Jesus as a good option, and while playing through a few arrangements...

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Today's (Jan1) sermon was built arround the theme of growth, with a sermon title of "One To Grow On" (I made the sermon slide shown above with the use of  Earlier in the week the senior Pastor asked if I could design a medley of...

This Christmas I was inspired by hearing the song “Emmanuel (God has come to us)” by the Trinity Anglican Worship Band.  I wanted to share this song with my congregation, and I know that they have not been exposed to the song before, so as the music director I get to h...

 So as I have written about before, this church has faced the same sort of "worship-wars" as many other congregations over the past ten years.  At one point the solution came in the form of multiple stylized services, while today there is one blended service - which ha...

This past week marked the opening of CPC's 2016 stewardship season.  Our preacher's sermon was titled "what do you love."  He traced the theme of commitment and God's ownership over all things, building his sermon around Deuteronomy 30:6-10.  The refrain of the sermon...

 The two pages attached to this post are from a Youth Worship service on the Revelation letter to the Church at Thyatira. The theme that I was extrapolating from the passage had to do with the idea of "calling." 

- What does it mean to be called to something? 


This past week one of our readings was a section of Psalm 119 including verse 105 "Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path."  Well, I guess we almost have to play Amy Grant's 1984 hit, Thy Word.  

Well, this song is repetitive, and old, and people are like...

"Asset based community development" is a practice by which you help a community move forward by identifying and utilizing the assets that are already there. 

I think we, as worship leaders/directors, need to work on this skill. 

In this video I talk about how I am workin...

The song I mention in this video is a compilation of Gungor's "beautiful things" and Elevation Worship's "All things new" 

(listen to those songs here:)

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Rev. Jeremy Hall 

My name is Jeremy Hall and when I started this page I was the interim director of Contemporary Music at Clairmont Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Ga (May 2016- March 2017).

As the Interim of this older congregation I was responsible for much of what goes on in our blended worship service.  In this blog am going to share with you some of the ideas that went over well in our Sunday worship services, how we pitched, practiced, and presented these ideas to our congregation which is sometimes timid towards change and new things. 

I started learning to play the guitar on a beat up classical guitar over a decade ago from one of the Gulf Coast's top 10 ranked guitarists. 

Since then I have expanded my skill, experience, and technical knowledge. I now play Guitar (6,12, electric, acoustic), Bass (acoustic, electric), mandolin, banjo, piano, and ukelele. 

I love music and am experience in various genres. I grew up listening to "Classic Rock" and "Contemporary Christian" music. 

Since then I have playing in rock bands, in blues clubs, in jazz ensembles, in metal bands, folk groups, jam bands, and on worship leadership teams. 

I have traveled with members of Big Daddy Weave, and Jeff Morris.

Outside of Rock venues, Blues clubs, coffee shops, bars, parties, and churches - I have played at large youth events and church conferences. 

Outside of my musical career, I am a husband, a pastor, a writer, a speaker, and a consultant.


I was born and raised in Pensacola, FL. At Samford University in Birmingham, AL I studied religion and church health. During my four years there, I connected with a church plant called Celebration Church, where I served as Associate and Youth Pastor. I have also served on Church staffs as a youth minister at Christ Our Shepherd Lutheran Church (ELCA) in Peachtree City, Ga and Clairmont Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) in Atlanta, Ga.

Since moving to Atlanta, I’ve earned my M.Div in Christian Social Ethics from Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology.


I have partnered with various churches as a growth and general health consultant.  I serve as a member of the advisory board for my friends at WORDWALK Inc., as well as speak at youth events, coach other ministers, and lead conversations on youth and family ministry, Christian ethics, Ecclesiastic/Cultural Issues, church planting, and congregational sustainability.  

I sense an overwhelming call to preach. I am a gifted listener, and a patient and careful counselor. My creativity is unyielding, and I thrive in diverse and unfamiliar communities. When faced with conflict and transitions in the church, I am resilient and never complacent, but consumed by the work of the Kingdom. I draw on my education in church health to identify goals and barriers towards more vibrant community. In 6 years of ministry I have devoted myself to study, prayer, and research in preparation for everything I have taught, writing tailor-made curricula and sermons. As a leader I am thoughtful, inclusive, and energetic, and in every church I have served, I’ve been gradually entrusted with more roles and leadership.


Currently in Atlanta, I serve as the Associate Pastor of Towne View Baptist Church, and work as a staff researcher at Mercer University's Center for Theology and Public Life..

My passions include:

Preaching, Writing, Congregational Health, Intergenerational Ministry, Theology/Ethics, Biblical Literacy, and Christian Education.

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