Worship Arts

The Worship Arts area serves through music, drama, and sound. If you have a gift in music, drama, computer graphics and/or sound we invite you to become a part of a vibrant and growing ministry. To learn more about the following opportunities for serving through worship, please contact our Director of Worship Arts, Dr. Rob Stuberg (406.462.7842 or e-mail).

 

Rejoice Team
This is a multi-generational group who make up the vocal and instrumental ensemble leading the Sunday morning 11:00 Rejoice worship services. They also perform for special and seasonal events through out the year. They rehearse every Wednesday evening from 7:30-9:00 p.m. in the worship center.

 

WOW Team
The WOW Team is a group of high school musicians that lead music for the Wednesday evening worship services at 6:30 pm. They meet on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm for a light meal and rehearsal prior to the 6:30 pm worship service.

 

Chancel Choir
A multi-general group of passionate individuals who perform regularly during the Sunday morning 8:30 traditional worship services. They rehearsal every Thursday evening at 7:15 pm in the sanctuary.

 

Sound Enhancement
Sound technicians are an integral part of the worship service. The technicians work to make the entire service run smoothly from microphones and CD players to monitors and input levels.

 

Projection
Projections operators enhance worship by displaying words and images on the projection screen via a simple computer interface.

 

Hand Bells
Our Redeemer’s hand bell choir performs several times a year for seasonal and special events.  This team of people of all ages rehearses three octaves of bells four to six weeks prior to performances and is under the direction of Jan Miller.  If you are interested or know someone who is please contact Jan Miller.

 

Altar Guild
The Altar Guild is a dedicated group of people whose primary mission is to prepare and maintain our sanctuary for use by God’s family. They prepare for regular Sunday worship services, celebrating communion every Sunday. They also prepare for Lent, Easter, Christmas, Baptism, wedding and funeral services, as well as other special events. Making worship meaningful for our congregation and guests is truly the Guild’s privilege.