“Those who sing well pray twice.”
—St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430)
Singing in the choir provides a wonderful opportunity to worship as well as to enrich the worship of others. St. Augustine’s implicit call to musical excellence reflects not an elitist and exclusive attitude, but the conviction that God deserves our finest offerings. It is also an acknowledgement that beauty—like truth and goodness—involves the recognition and affirmation of an order established by God. Singing well thus involves work and wisdom.
If you’d like to join our choir in the offering of musical gifts, talk to Ken Myers after a morning service or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.