Worship at St. Paul is more than music, more than a gathering, more than brief moments together in a service. Worship at St. Paul is a lifestyle that is lived out in spirit and truth with every opportunity presented. Worship is offering all that I know of me to all that I know of Him. It reveals the inner heart and the recognized value that we place upon God in our lives. Worship is more than just something we do. It is an attitude that we carry with us day by day, an attitude of genuine praise to God. It is fueled by corporate worship, the times we gather together.
- To help lead our congregation in worship.
- To support the hymn singing.
- To bring new and fresh ideas to our worship experience without neglecting the traditional hymns and liturgies of our faith.
- To teach the joy of singing and making music.
- To give opportunities to individuals to express themselves through music.
- To encourage our young singers and musicians to participate and become worship leaders.
- To reach out to our community and to love and encourage one another in our ministry together.
- Above all, to lift up the name of Christ, so that ALL may hear the Gospel.
The backbone of our music ministry here at St. Paul is the Sanctuary Choir. The choir sings practically every Sunday during the choir season. We take a break June, July and part of August. If you enjoy learning challenging music, lifting up your voice to God, and having fun, you need to be a part of this group.
We rehearse Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Please contact the minister of music if you would like to join the choir.
We play during worship services periodically throughout the choir season and for festival services. Basic music reading skills required.
Rehearsals are Thursday evenings at 6 pm in the Sanctuary, from September to May.
The Praise Team supports the 10:30 a.m. contemporary worship service. Do you enjoy singing? Do you play a musical instrument? We are always looking for new people to join our team.
Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings at 6:15 pm in the Sanctuary.