Music Ministry

Sanctuary Choir
The choir sings every Sunday during the morning worship service and plays a vital role in leading worship.  Repertoire includes, but is not limited to, selections from The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Christ Church Choir and Preston Wood Baptist Choir.  The choir presents at least three musicals   including Easter, Summer or Fall, and Christmas.  Love to sing? We need YOU!  Come join the Sanctuary Choir! 

Choir Rehearsal Times
Wednesdays: 7:00-8:15 PM
Choir Workshop-Last Tuesday of every month @ 7:00 PM

Orchestra and Praise Band
The orchestra and Praise Band plays every Sunday during the morning worship service and plays a vital role in leading  worship.  Our current repertoire includes hymns, and praise choruses.  The orchestra performed live with the choir for the 2012 Easter presentation.  We are working towards obtaining more orchestrations and it is our goal to eventually perform everything live.  The orchestra also plays prelude every Sunday and occasionally plays for the offertory.  Play an instrument?  We need YOU in the orchestra!  Come join us!

Orchestra and Praise Band Rehearsal Times
Wednesdays: 7:00-8:15
Sundays: 8:30-8:55 AM
Orchestra/Praise Band Workshop-Last Tuesday of every month @ 7:00 PM

Signs of Grace
Signs of Grace ministers to others through sign       language.  They perform along with the choir on occasion, but also do songs just as a group.  This past Christmas, Signs of Grace signed to “Mary, Did You Know”.  They continue to widen their repertoire as this ministry grows.  Signs of Grace is lead by Margaret Sprague.

Audio/Visual (AV)
Do you have an ear for sound and/or an eye for video?  We need people who are willing to be trained to run sound, power point, video and many other things that go on the background of a service.  All of these         positions are so important in aiding people to worship the Lord.  The AV Team attends all rehearsals for the Choir, Orchestra and Praise Band.  They also assist when there is a need for sound in the other ministry  areas at GPCCN.