Because they are the leaders who must strive for unity musically, choir members are in a strategic position to model unity for the rest of the church.
If you asked me what life event compelled me to be a champion for intergenerational worship, I'd quickly tell you it was my singing in the adult choir in my home church next to my grandfather while in high school. When I was fifteen, I had just felt the call of the Lord to vocational… Continue reading I’m a Champion of Intergenerational Worship Because of My Grandfather
Romans 12:5 (ESV) so we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Over the last several years, I've noticed a huge push in choral literature for churches with the specific purpose of using multiple generations in a specific song. Adult choirs, student choirs, and children’s choirs are often given… Continue reading Why an Intergenerational Model is Better than a Multigenerational Approach