SHIFT ONE-FIFTEEN

"Shift" simply means to move or change. "115" comes from Psalm 115:1, "Not to us, Lord, not to us but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness." In a culture that is permeated with self-centeredness, we desire to raise up worshipers of Christ, to create opportunities to shift in worship - in life - to a place where it's not about us, to a place where we are centered in Christ.

"The mission of Shift115 Worship Collective is to build unity in the Church through Christ-centered worship."

There is a need for worship leaders and their teams to be mentored and equipped, especially in biblical foundations and spiritual formation and leadership. Through Worship School processes and workshops, we desire to examine and strengthen our HEART through prayer, worship, and spiritual formation, sharpen our HEAD through biblical and technical teaching, and equip our HANDS through practical training and application.

"Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ." (1 Corinthians 12:12 NIV)

There are dozens of Christian denominations, affiliations, traditions, and expressions of worship represented in our community! Through Community Worship Gatherings, we hope to bring together followers of Christ from all nations and denominations to be encouraged through prayer, worship, and fellowship, exalting the name of Jesus!

Shift115 Worship Collective is a 501c3 non-profit ministry founded  in 2011. We hope more and more worshipers will connect with this vision and partner with us in the ongoing effort of building unity in the Church and raising up worshipers of Christ.

If you’re interested in partnering with us financially, click here.

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Seth Dekkenga

I started to get involved in worship leadership in the late ’90s. It was around 2008 that God started giving me a renewed passion and vision for worship. Mentoring, networking, simply building relationships with others in worship ministry became a passion of mine, recognizing a lack of mentorship during my first several years of worship […]

Rebekah Dekkenga

Rebekah lives in Sioux Falls with her husband, Seth, and two sons, Jude and Levi. A graduate of University of Sioux Falls (BA in Music) and University of South Dakota (MA in Music, Piano Performance), Rebekah has been involved in worship ministry and teaching piano for over fifteen years.

Susan Reese

Susan is the Professor of Spiritual Formation at Sioux Falls Seminary. Susan brings a passion for mentoring and education that contributes deeply to our foundations of mentoring and spiritual leadership.

Matt Morrison

Matt has 20 years of experience in vocational ministry in worship, care, discipleship, and pastoral ministries and currently serves as Associate Pastor of Discipleship and Care at Asbury UMC in Sioux Falls. Matt is also 1/2 of multi-instrumental duo Two White Squares with his wife Amy and plays bass and provides backing vocals for worship […]

Benjamin Arnold

Benjamin has a passion for business with product and marketing leadership experience across several industries, a heart for Christ-centered and purposeful personal and professional mentoring, and 25+ years of worship team experience playing bass. From these contexts, Benjamin will be investing in helping guide the operational aspects of our mission.