How Will Your Choir Look This Year?


What do you imagine your adult/youth choir season will look like this year?

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We have a worship team that leads us during services, but with all the COVID restrictions I honestly don't see us having choir right now. Maybe things will be different by the time Christmas rolls around, but it might be safer to wait until next year.

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Do churches still have choirs?  I thought that worship teams -- designed to lead the congregation in worship -- replaced the need for choirs.  One can't beat congregational singing in a worship service.

So, choirs during COVID are redundant and non-existent. Let's permanently put choirs and "special music" to rest.

Instead, have worship teams teach and lead meaningful psalms, hymns and contemporary songs.


Due to space restrictions, I am doing choral quartets.  Selecting 4 individuals to sing choral settings.  

Yes, choirs are still valid.  Look at some of the mega churches.  They have choirs of 200 or more.  I do a hymn festival  with a choir and full orchestra.  We do everything from Chris Tomlin to Vaughan Williams.  Choirs can encourage congregational singing just as effectively as a worship team.