Music at SPC
Liturgy & Music Associate – Mr. Randy Warner
Music makes a difference in worship, doesn’t it? We hear the sound of a single ringing chime and the space is transformed. We speak our gratitude for God's amazing grace—and before we know it—our voices are singing. And when we hear the pitches of a familiar hymn (insert your favorite one here), it doesn’t matter if those pitches are played or sung, the space and time become sacred and holy. Music makes a difference in worship. It draws us together in our listening and singing. It leads us into our prayer and praise—as do all the arts.
This faith community is very fortunate to have many gifted and dedicated volunteer musicians. They practice regularly making Thursday nights pretty busy around here—and sometimes noisy—in the best kind of way. For in the midst of our music making, we share life stories, pray what’s on our hearts, laugh over silly things said and done, and remember that “grace abounds.”
"Blest be the tie that binds our hearts in Christian love."
We know that schedules, life events and circumstances cause us to be here some weeks and not others. It’s okay. If you can participate some months and not others, it’s okay. We can adapt. If you’d like to give this ministry a try, what you need to know to get started follows.