Music Ministry

Ministries

TRADITIONAL CHOIR

The traditional service choir at Faith Lutheran sings during the 8:00 on most Sunday mornings plus during special services. 

 

Following in the steps of Luther, traditional worship services at Faith feature hymns and liturgies reflecting Biblical thought and practice. Some traditional Lutheran hymns relate to the many seasons of the church year such as Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and Pentecost while others embrace themes such as Holy Baptism, the Lord’s Supper, Missions, Praise, Hope and Comfort. The Lutheran Service Book, copyright by Concordia Publishing House in 2006, forms the basis for Faith’s worship services and hymns.

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The choir is open to all and welcomes new singers. Special instrumental music is often added to various services to enhance the worship encounter. Capable musicians such as pianists, soloists, brass, wind and string players are always welcome.

 

If you are interested in joining the choir, please contact Shirley Smith.

 

SUMMER IMPROMPTU CHOIR

On select Sundays this summer, during the traditional service, we will have an “Impromptu Choir!” Anyone
interested in singing special music during the service that day is asked to arrive at 7:25 a.m. to practice an easy
song. We will sing the selection during the 8:00 a.m. service. (We also will run through the song for a few minutes
following the 8:00 a.m. service for a few weeks before we sing!) 

DATES FOR IMPROMPTU CHOIR: July 18 | August 1 | August 8 | August 22

 

Information about special music events can be found on the Upcoming Events page.

PRAISE BAND

Music is a central expression of worship. Whether the expression is traditional or contemporary, our hymns, anthems and praise music are lifted to God as we join together in praise. The Praise Band ministry leads worship at the 10:30 contemporary service.

 

The Praise Band’s primary function is to lead the congregation in true worship through songs under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Contemporary worship service consists of modern praise hymns, especially popular songs from Christian music charts.

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“Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation.” Psalm 95:

Praise Band Leaders:

 

Music Director:  Megan Kovach

Spiritual Leader:  Brian Schuster

 

Asst. Music Director/Communion Special Music Coordinator:  Kathy Bobulsky

 

Praise Band Advocate: Randy Knavel