Diversity in Music ...

Our musical coordinating team works alongside Pastor Steve in providing a variety of music to serve the fellowship.  We have one worship service with such a diverse family that diversity in music is essential!  In addition to music during worship, the 30 minutes before regular worship begins (9:30 to 10:00) is filled with a variety of music "in the background" to help set the tone for what is to come. This time of music is titled "Music of Agape'" as in Music of God's Unconditional Love. 

You may hear live vocals, instrumentals, videos, or CD's - and anything from gospel to multiple genres of "contemporary," folk, country-western, jazz, blues, secular music that is easily woven in to ministry.  Same holds true for music during worship and that of "Sharing in Music."  

Praise Team is led by Gail Frassenei.  A mix of voices and ages, Praise Team leads in Music of Agape' one Sunday each month and some of the music selections are woven in to worship services from time to time.  The music selections are focused on current contemporary Christian music as you might hear on K104.1 (The Fish), K104.5 (The Way),  or K107.1 (K-LOVE) online or on your radio.

As is true with many churches these days, we don't have a "choir."  But ... one Sunday a month features "Today's Choir."  Folks who are interested in being part of the choir are encouraged to arrive at 9:30 to practice the selection that will be the "Sharing in Music" for that Sunday.  The songs are either very well known or simple to pick up by folks accustomed to being in a choir.  

Our organist, Gil Wittman, provides us with an instrumental and educational "concert" the last Sunday of October thru May for the 9:30a-10:00a time.  

Our pianists are Christy Knox, Gail Frassenei, and John Meye.

If you play an instrument, are interested in singing a solo or in a duet or ensemble, or have a special reading you would like to share during "Sharing in Music," please contact Raleen at raleen1129@gmail.com to share your desire and discuss the schedule.