PAM (Presbyterian Association of Musicians) & BPC Music Ministry invite
clergy & church musicians to: 
Worship Planning for NOW
Building on Lessons Learned from 2020-2021
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 2021  |  10:00AM – 11:30AM PT
IN PERSON @ Brentwood Presbyterian Church or via ZOOM. 
Free parking 1/2 block south of San Vicente on the east side of Bundy. 
A free, interactive hybrid event featuring three inspiring guest panelists from the Presbyterian Association of Musicians 2021 Worship & Music Conference in Montreat. 


Rev. Cecelia Armstrong (2021 Conference Preacher) 

Rev. Cecelia D. Armstrong has never met a stranger and continues to collect friends and family throughout her Christian journey.  Pastor CeCe, a cradle Presbyterian, was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan.  Over the years, she was ordained as a Deacon, then as an Elder, and finally as a Minister of the Word and Sacrament. Pastor CeCe is a graduate of the Interdenominational Theological Center, where she attended Johnson C. Smith Theological Seminary and earned a Master of Divinity. She is the very proud Associate Pastor of St. James Presbyterian Church (USA) in Charleston, SC on the lovely James Island.


Anna George Traynham (2021 Conference Liturgist) serves as pastor and head of staff at Shallowford Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Anna is originally from the small town of Fountain Inn, South Carolina, and is a graduate of Presbyterian College (B.A. ’11),  Union Presbyterian Seminary (M.Div, ’14), and The Citadel Graduate College (MBA, ’19). Prior to her call to Shallowford, Anna served multiple roles at Central Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. Worship stands at the heart of Anna’s call to ministry, and she has been recognized by the denomination as a gifted preacher and liturgist. Her liturgy has been published in The Book of Common Worship, Call to Worship, the Connections commentary series, and Presbyterian Outlook.

Dr. Patrick Scott (2021 Conference Service Organist and Recitalist) is Director of Music & Organist at Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to his move to Memphis, he was the Organist & Associate Choirmaster at the Cathedral of St. Philip in Atlanta, Georgia for over five years. A native of Picayune, Mississippi, he holds degrees from Birmingham-Southern College and the University of Texas at Austin. His teachers include Dr. James Cook and Drs. Judith & Gerre Hancock. Dr. Scott is a leader in sacred music and organ improvisation and has presented recitals throughout the USA and Europe.