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Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by SaggyWoman, Mar 3, 2013.
What does your church do musically?
Basic rock band, often the keyboard is used just for traditional hymns and the like.
Congregation sings w/o aid of instruments ...human voice only
We use Acoustic Guitar, Electric Bass, Grand piano, occasional flute, and sometimes some extra praise team singers...We used to have a drummer, but he moved away...we use these for all the music, new songs, and very old hymns.
P.S. I feel like we just had this thread... :laugh:
NOW, for something completely different!
Hmmm.....this sounds familiar....hmmm.....:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Willis.....you see where we stand in the pole dont ya. Just my opinion, but either we are the remnant or we are the dinosaur.:smilewinkgrin:
ROAR!!!! BTW, does your church ever line-out their songs?
Jeffs my pastor...what do you think?
OUB????????? extra "?" to satisfy the limit....
Noooo....to satisfy God. You havent really been following have you? I will disgust this with you privately or by phone....your call.
We have a band (pretty much the same people every week) and a group of singers who rotate in on a weekly schedule. I think they consider the band and the singers together to be the "praise team."
Main Campus: Worship team with full instruments
Our Campus: 1-2 singers with backing tracks and sometimes a visiting team from the main campus. We're trying to work with the teens to build up a worship team.
Other Campus: Worship team with full instruments. They also have a beautiful pipe organ that they use for the call to worship song which is always a hymn.
If everyone is there on a Sunday morning service, we have;
piano, organ, couple guitars, bass guitar, baritone sax, alto sax, flute, clarinet, drums, two or three singers on the front of the platform, and the choir (anywhere from 15-25).
Gives us quite a range in selection of music for our service.