**If you missed this event, click here to watch it on our YouTube page.**

What’s the big deal about worship music? Come find out on May 10 from 7-9pm!

Dan Dirkes, of 2Tim4 Ministries, leads worship around the country. He’ll be speaking about: worship and our identity, the heart of a worshiper, living a lifestyle of worship, and different ways we can worship.

The evening will include an extended time of powerful musical worship. Families and friends are welcome to come!

This event is a follow up to St. Mary Church’s Parish Mission; click here for info. You do not have to attend the Parish Mission to attend this event.  

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Dan Dirkes

Dan Dirkes has been involved in Youth Ministry and Music Ministry in a variety of different roles since 1997. A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Dan’s background in leading worship has been influenced by his involvement in the Word of God Covenant Community, Renewal Ministries, Christ the King Catholic Church and LIFE TEEN, Inc. 

Over the years, Dan has built a reputation as a gifted speaker, musician and anointed worship leader.  He has led worship at Soulfest Christian Music Festival in NH, the Diocese of Trenton Charismatic Rally, the Camden Charismatic Conference Youth Track, the NJ Charismatic Conference Youth Track, Renewal Ministries Annual Gathering, Catholic Underground in NJ, LIFE TEEN Core Member Universities, Holy Grounds Coffeehouse, and various other venues.  Dan is a member of the Council for the National Service Committee to the Catholic Charismatic Renewal and recently served as emcee for one of the sessions at the 50th Anniversary Jubilee for the Charismatic Renewal.

Dan currently serves as a Music Minister at Christ the King Catholic Church in Ann Arbor, MI, and St. Patrick Church in Brighton, MI. When he isn’t leading worship or giving keynote talks, Dan works as a Director of Territory Operations for Bankers Life and Casualty Company. He loves spending time with his wife and children and enjoys when they minister together.