We desire to raise up versatile vocalists who have excellent tone and control, and are able to build a song or a set through use of melody, harmony, dynamic, inflection, emotion, stage presence and more. We want to be able to effectively lead the congregation by demonstrating the passion and worth of Jesus through our vocal delivery and on-stage presence.
The 7 C’s Of Being A Great Team Member
Great team members are constantly working on their character, their craft, their commitment, their coachability, their chemistry, their charisma (stage presence), and their communication. Please listen to this 12 minute audio podcast to learn fully what this means. This is very important to your success in this ministry. The 7 Traits Of A Great Worship Team Member (listen or read)
Please watch the the next three videos. Use headphones to get the best result.
The Rest of these videos are not mandatory, but show great examples of singing in parts. If you enjoy this way of learning, consider furthering your skills buy seeking out a full program like this one offered by “The Worship Vocalist”
Please read this short article on How To Be An Excellent Background Vocalist
Vocal Warm Ups
Warming up your vocal chords is important to improving your tone and range, as well as protecting the health of your vocal chords. Please CLICK HERE to download the following warmups, put them on your smartphone, and use them every time before you show up to sing at church. Make this a vital habit.
Stage Presence Matters
Believe it or not, how we hold ourselves on stage can either help or hinder the congregation from worship. We should use our whole bodies to encourage the congregation to worship God with all their strength. This means demonstrating for them what passionate, wholly-engaged worship looks like.Please listen to this short podcast episode on Stage Presence Also, please read this short article on Why We Should Smile While Leading Worship
Main Sanctuary New Member Info
If you’ve been added to the main sanctuary rotation, CLICK HERE to see important info specific to you. Be sure to save this information for future reference.