What Are You Doing? – Leave A Comment…

I’m trying something a bit different on the blog today.  I am wanting some feedback on the articles we are writing, so I’m giving you a change to directly comment on something practical.

“What are you doing?” is a new series where we’ll ask a question in hopes to share a response with others and learn from each other!

So, today’s question is: What are you doing FOR CHRISTMAS THIS YEAR WITH YOUR CHOIR/ENSEMBLE/YOUTH CHOIR/CHILDREN’S CHOIR, etc?

Click “LEAVE A COMMENT” and let us know!

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5 thoughts on “What Are You Doing? – Leave A Comment…

  1. Our adult choir is doing “Once Upon a Night” by Pepper Choplin. We hope to include the kids and youth in some aspects of this cantata, too.

    We are also starting a handbell group next month in hopes to ring for the first time in December.

  2. We are telling the Christmas story directly from Scripture via a harmony of the gospels, interspersed with related songs and hymns, contemporary and traditional, with mimed acting. Two narrators, a couple dozen actors (adults and kids) with no speaking parts, the adult choir and praise band leading most of the music, plus handbells, some congregational singing, a solo or two, and possibly the children’s choir.

  3. I just decided that we are going to do “Glorious Impossible” from Word Music(released in 2009). Features among others…songs and carols from Keith and Kristyn Getty. We are doing our 3rd combo choir with another local church who has a small choir. Budget saver: Borrowing some books and tracks from another church as well. http://www.wordmusic.com/item/080689434174

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