Saint-Victor Co-Leads Session at Calvin Worship Symposium
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship is an interdisciplinary study and ministry center located at Calvin University and Calvin Theological Seminary that partners with congregations, organizations, and publishers.
Its work includes the Annual Calvin Symposium on Worship, which took place virtually from Jan. 6-26. This year’s event brought together 7,000 registrants, and all kinds of participant-learners: students, faculty, artists, musicians, pastors, preachers, scholars, teachers, worship leaders and planners, and worshipers around the world.
Trinity’s Nicole Saint-Victor ‘12, Affiliated Faculty, Director of Gospel Choir and Director of Multicultural Engagement, co-led one of the recent sessions: “Why Church? A Session for College and University Students.”
Along with Joanna Wigboldy, program manager with the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Saint-Victor hosted the interactive session, which was designed for college and university students and invited young leaders to voice the role of church in today’s context, and then to explore how their leadership in the church is essential.
“For me, leadership development and spiritual formation are one in the same,” said Saint-Victor, who recently earned her Master’s of Divinity degree from Western Theological Seminary.
This is not the first time Saint-Victor has participated in the Calvin Symposium on Worship. In 2019, she took part in a session on “Mentoring Young Worship Leaders in the Church.”