Music has a divine effect upon divinely influenced and directed souls. Music is to the soul what wind is to the ship, blowing her onwards in the direction in which she is steered. Not allowed to sing that tune or this tune? Indeed! Secular music, do you say? Belongs to the devil does it? Well, if it did, I would plunder him of it, for he has no right to a single note of the whole gamut. He's a thief; every note and every strain and every harmony is divine, and belongs to us. So now and for all time consecrate your voices and your instruments. Bring out your harps and organs; and flutes and violins; and pianos and drums and everything else that can make melody! Offer them to God and use them to make all hearts about you merry before the Lord!
–General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army
Worship choir is open to all adults who are committed to serving God wholeheartedly in this ministry and who possess sufficient musical gifts to allow their voice to adequately match pitch and blend with others.
Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:20 p.m. in the Music Suite located on second floor Worship Center.
We meet at 9:05 a.m. on Sunday mornings in the Music Suite for rehearsal and prayer before our worship service.
Our student worship choir provides a dynamic and exciting way to minister throughout the year. We are given the privilege to lead out in Sunday morning worship throughout the year. We also get to be a part of the legacy of a great Christmas production each holiday season.
For more information, please email Riggs Taylor.
Senior Adult Choir, or The Jubilee Singers, meet every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. in the Hearth Room for great music, fun and fellowship. This group goes on the road and participates in several off-campus concerts throughout the year!
For more information, please email David Matthews.
Birth to two-year-olds are on the first floor of our Worship Center. The Childcare Coordinator will be on that floor to help parents place their children in the proper rooms.
Three-year-olds to Kindergarten are on the second floor of our Worship Center for Great Adventure.
After Great Adventure all preschoolers staying for Choir/Orchestra childcare will be taken downstairs to Worship Center 111. Please make sure your child's teacher knows your child is staying with the Choir/Orchestra childcare.
Children in first and second grades are in Worship Center 221 after Wednesday night children's activities are over.
Children third grade and older are at the CLC.
Wednesday night policy: If the church offers an activity (6 to 7:15 p.m. for children; 6:30 to 7:30 for middle and high school) for your age group (second-12th grade), you must be in that activity. The CLC is not an option.
Occasionally, it will be necessary to sign up for childcare and/or babysitting vouchers. You will be notified well in advance in either instance.
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