14 & 15 October 2016

Hale School – John Inverarity Musical and Drama Centre, Unwin Avenue, Wembley Downs

Exalt aims to equip pastors, leaders, musicians, singers, and sound technicians to make music that builds our churches and exalts our great God and glorious Saviour.


“May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you a spirit of unity among yourselves as you follow Christ Jesus, so that with one mind and one voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

(Romans 15:5-6)

Christians are united as God’s saved children. Church is an expression of this unity. We praise God together as brothers and sisters and we share in the expectant hope of life with our Lord Jesus in eternity.

But we don’t always feel united – whether within our music teams or even with the congregation we lead. How do we maintain genuine unity in the gospel? And how can we celebrate the diversity that God has given us in each other while maintaining unity in our purpose?

Through Bible talks and practical workshops, Exalt 2016 seeks to encourage and equip pastors, musicians, leaders and sound technicians to serve our churches in unity while embracing our diversity.

Speaker & Guest Artist

Rory Shiner


Rory Shiner was born and raised in Western Australia. He is husband to Susan, father to four boys and pastors at Providence City Church. He studied arts at the University of Western Australia and theology at Moore College in Sydney. He is currently completing a PhD through Macquarie University’s Ancient History department. He is involved in student ministry, pastoral work, church planting, and writing, and regularly contributes to the Langham Partnership preaching program in Thailand.

Greg Cooper

Guest Artist

Based in Sydney, Greg spends part of his week songwriting and producing albums for EMU (Evangelical Music). He also works with Effective Ministry researching the role of church music in discipleship and church growth. Recently Greg served as Music Director at Christ Church St Ives for a number of years, and has enjoyed leading workshops at music ministry training events throughout Australia, South East Asia, and South Africa.  Greg loves playing music – he was part of worship band Garage Hymnal for the last 10 years, and has released a number of solo albums. He attends St Philip’s York Street in Sydney’s CBD.

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Who are we?

Exalt aims to equip pastors, leaders, musicians, singers, and sound technicians to make music that builds our churches and exalts our great God and glorious Saviour.

Check out the 2014 conference website to get a feel for what we do.