The Conspirator Collective is a community of musicians and artists sharing their work for the betterment of all. Meet Caleb Williams, Minister of Worship and Arts at Royal Oak 1st United Methodist Church.
The Conspirator Collective is a podcast series featuring young artists connected with The United Methodist Church. A project of the denomination’s Young People’s Ministries, the series explores how young people are reviving the church’s mission in the world through grass-roots creative practices. Podcast host is the Rev. Carl Gladstone, a deacon of The Michigan Conference.
This interview in the series features the Rev. Caleb Williams, Minister of Worship and Arts at Royal Oak First United Methodist Church.
The introduction: “Caleb Williams is a musician and worship leader based in Michigan. He is passionate about authentic, indigenous worship and about the power of the human voice. We sit down with Caleb to talk about getting into music, writing first songs, the goal of contextual worship arts and how young people can help the church by sharing their creative gifts.”
There is also a discipleship discussion guide for the episode.
CLICK HERE to hear the podcast and to download the discussion guide.