Worship Bands

Currently, there are two worship services musically led by worship bands: the 11:10 a.m. contemporary service and the 6:30 p.m. youth worship service. 

The musical repertoire draws upon ancient, traditional, and current sources of church music. The worship bands strive to play music in ways that will facilitate meaningful worship experiences for God's people.

Instruments used include but are not limited to acoustic and electric guitar, electric bass, keyboard, piano, drums, and vocals. In addition, each week there is a need both for someone to run the sound board and the visual projection of the lyrics.


The Contemporary Service band practices every Wednesday from 7:30-9:00 p.m. in Spellman Hall.

The Youth band practices Sunday nights from 4:45 p.m.-5:30 p.m. before youth group begins. See Youth Ministry for more on youth worship.


Involvement in the ministry of a worship band is a very fulfilling experience. Not only is it a tremendous joy to make music together within the context of worship, but it is also a meaningful fellowship of believers journeying together on the road of faith. Relationships grow to be very meaningful as we prepare music on a weekly basis as well as share our lives in the process.

Because of the intimacy of the group, we balance an openness to incorporating new members with a process that makes sure it is a good fit for everyone. Whether or not it is a good fit depends on musical ability, faith commitment, and interpersonal skills in being part of a team.

If you have a musical and/or audio/visual talent that you'd like to share with this ministry, particularly in the areas listed above, please fill out the form below which will be sent to Jon Frost, Director of Alternative Worship.

Phone Number:
Area of Interest: *
Briefly describe your musical level/experience: *