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Worship /

Music Ministry

Thank you to David Luna for leading our Choir and Worship Team during Lent and Easter. 

The Music Ministry of Longview EPC exists with the sole purpose of complementing and enhancing the worship experience of those who attend.  Our worship style is blended. What that means is most services will have piano, guitars, drums, choir, band and orchestral instruments, and a variety of music.  Whether it a traditional hymn, gospel song, chorus, contemporary song, spiritual, choral anthem; Taize,  or world music; we believe that as long as it aids in furthering the gospel and our experience of worship, God can use it to further His Kingdom in our midst.  One Sunday will not hold every style of music, but over a period of weeks a worshiper should experience a balanced blend of music.

Adult Choir

This volunteer ensemble meets on Wednesday evenings for rehearsal from 6:30-7:45 PM and then again on Sunday mornings at 9 AM.  The choir is open to anyone who enjoys singing.  The only real requirement is that you can match pitch and it is helpful if you can follow a voice part.  We are in need of more singers and would welcome you.  

Worship Team

The worship team is made up of volunteers who have skills and talents playing instruments and singing.   If you enjoy playing guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboard, or even band and orchestra instruments such as flute, clarinet or violin it would be great to have you share your talents in worship. 

The Youth Band

Very similar to the worship team, the youth band rehearses on Sunday afternoons at 4 PM and then plays for Youth Fellowship each Sunday night.  We also play for worship on Sunday mornings throughout the year.  If you are a youth and are interested in being and part of the youth band, please contact  Jason Hubbard.

Children’s Music

Children's music is part of Pioneer Clubs on Wednesdays from 5:30 - 7 pm. And a gathering time on Sunday morning prior to Sunday school.

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