Wes Crawford

Worship Leader. Musician. Songwriter. Coach.


worship Leader Coaching

Worship leaders wear a number of hats: disciple, musician (performer, band director, arranger), pastor, leader, administrator, etc., and they need to be growing in each of these roles. Even with the current plethora of tools at our disposal for development as a worship leader—conferences, online courses, internships, and even seminary degrees—there is a need for ongoing, relational coaching from a trusted source. Every congregation, context, and church staff is unique, and relational coaching can address specific issues as they come up. Contact me about what it would look like to create a plan for regular coaching and development. 


"Working alongside Wes significantly transformed my perspective of corporate worship. Musically, he helped me rediscover so much of the inherent fun that can easily get lost in blindly adhering to trends in worship leading. Philosophically, Wes opened up a lot of boxes for me to uncover the value of historical liturgical practices alongside a gospel centered framework. His influence helps others pursue creativity in leading worship while also rooting them theologically simultaneously. Expect to grow as a musician and a theologian of corporate worship when you work together." 

— Scott Gayer, Worship Director, True Life Church, Denver, Colorado 

"Four and a half years ago, with no history as a worship leader, I was thrown into full time ministry helping launch a campus of a multi-site church. Wes came alongside me as a mentor and helped me get a vision for how to shepherd a congregation in corporate worship. Wes is a great listener, will inspire you, and challenge you like an older brother with grace and love. He is a perfect blend of pastoral wisdom and creative musicality."

— John Brewer, Brookside Campus Pastor of Corporate Worship, Christ Community Church, Kansas City, Missouri 


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