Choregeo (Dance Leaders Network)

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The Eagles International Training Course- Choregeo is a network for Church Dance Ministry Leaders who have been given the assignment to lead and develop their church dance ministries. Liturgical dance in our churches is ever increasing and the ultimate desire is that our dance leaders in this important role are trained, equipped and mindful of God to influenceequip, and train the ministry in which they have been called to Lead.

Choregeo is a Greek word meaning “to be a dance leader” or “one who will supply and furnish abundantly”. As we give God our best to glorify Him, HE will supply all we need to complete our God given assignments.

Eagle Janine Dailey will conduct the course and network. She is a graduate of the Eagles International Training Course Dance Year 1 under the mentorship of Apostle Dr. Pamela Hardy of Set Fee Ministries in Plano, Texas.

Mission

To provide training and networking opportunities to church dance ministry leaders who are anointed, passionate and seeking to impact the worship    experience    in    their churches by leading, developing and producing spiritually    sound    and    emotionally    healthy dance ministries.

The network operates from a triple braided cord approach: Equip, Develop, Support“One standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer; three is even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken” (Ecclesiastes 4:12.)  

1st Cord:

An eleven-month training program specifically designed for Church Dance ministry Leaders with such topics as:

  • Being Called as a Leader in the Ministry of Dance
  • Biblical Foundations of Leadership.
  • Ministry Assessment
  • Know YOUR Church.
  • Dealing with and Resolving Conflict.
  • Developing Choreography for Dance Ministers with Multiple Skill Levels.

2nd Cord:

Participants will have access to ongoing training, development and support including:

  • Special resources
  • Trainings and workshops
  • Internationally recognized speakers, teachers and choreographers
  • Dance ministries and leaders from around the world
  • Inter-generational, -ethnic, -racial, and -cultural dance ministers
  • Prayer line
  • Call-in line for support

3rd Cord:

Trained Choregeo Liaisons will be available to provide direct assistance and mentoring to dance ministry leaders on an as needed basis within their respective communities.

To request an application, please email – Registrar@eaglesiti.org
To enroll, please click ENROLL today at the top of the page

Janine Dailey EITI International Director

Eagle Janine Dailey

Janine Dailey is an ordained itinerant elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church. She has a BA degree from the University of Massachusetts, Boston, an MA degree in Counseling Psychology from Boston College, an MBA Degree from Simmons Graduate School of Management and an M.Div.Degree with honors, from Andover Newton Theological Seminary at Yale.

Janine currently serves as the Senior Pastor of New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Lowell, MA. Prior to her appointment, she served as a member of the ministerial staffand as the Director of Liturgical Arts at St. Paul AME Church in Cambridge MA. She is also the Director of Liturgical Dance for the New England Annual Conference of the AME Church.

In addition to her ministry in the AMEC, Janine is the International Director and faculty member at the Eagles International Training Institute where she trains, equips and teaches worship leaders from across the globe. In this role she has been able to travel to Aruba, the Bahamas, Guyana, Jamaica, and Suriname. Not only serving as a leader in EITI, Eagle Apostle Janine is an EITI alumna graduating from dance year 1, KAMT, School of Prophecy, Leadership and Kingdom Spheres. 

 

 

In the marketplace, Janine has worked in Higher Education for over twenty years and is currently the Vice President of Advancement & Alumnae/i Relations at Pine Manor College in Chestnut Hill, MA. She has a passion for worship and a passion to equip the saints for works of service in the Kingdom of God.

She is the proud wife of the Reverend Rodney E. Dailey. They have been married for 26 years and have 3 adult children.