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Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by Joshua Rhodes, Dec 10, 2014.
How many churches represented here have a thriving worship choir?
Hey Joshua, Welcome back.
I wouldn't describe ours as thriving worship. More like striving to thrive.
We don't have choirs other than in our Christmas musical. We instead have bands/teams.
We have an adult choir comprised of anywhere from 20-40, depending on attendance that particular service. Our choir is not membership driven, so anyone can join in and sing with us. We also don't call ourselves a "worship choir."
The church also has a "youth choir" made up of ages 8 to 18 or so, with the few younger kids (under age 7) having their own small group. The older members of the youth choir will sing with the adult choir as well, although anyone willing to sing is allowed to sing with the adult choir.
We have a thriving band and a congregation that likes to sing.
We have a worship choir in our more traditional service and a worship team/band in our more contemporary service.
Also, for combined services, we will have a mixture of both - the choir and the worship team, sometimes with the orchestra. See attached --
We have a choir and it thrives well in our church. Never heard it called a Worship Choir.
No Choir only congregational singing.