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Grace Choir

Church Choirs are almost as old as the church itself. Rightfully so, the early church believed that singing brought us closer to God and aided our worship towards Him. After all, singing is  purposeful, vulnerable, and distinctly human.

In the 4th century, St. Augustine defended music in the church by stating that “those who sing pray twice”,  and it helps inform how musical worship should operate in church services even today; a mentality that I try to bring to every worship session. Singing in a church choir helps take us out of the individual worship and pressures of singing alone, and contributes to a collective voice of praise.

Being in the choir isn't just about singing; it's about being part of a community that shares a love for music and a deep connection to our faith. Through rehearsals and fellowship, we support each other, grow together, and deepen our relationship with our Savior, Jesus Christ. It's a journey of personal growth and self-discovery. It’s a vulnerable expression of our humanity and our humility. It is an act of praise, not performance.

Perhaps you like to sing but have not found an outlet to grow in your voice. Perhaps you enjoy singing and desire to help lead worship for our congregation. Perhaps you are just hungry for a new opportunity to learn something new and love God while doing it. Whatever it may be, church choir might just be what you’re looking for.

If you are interested in joining Grace Church Choir, please fill out our survey and I hope to work with you soon.


Adam Pryor

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