Many students have various gifts and skills that they are acquiring through private lessons or school. Students practice and learn the art of performance in a band, orchestra or choir while at school. The Fellowship of Student Musicians will help you discover how to also use those gifts through worship in the church. Meet with other student musicians and explore how God has created us to sing or play our instruments. We also desire to grow in our spiritual journeys while we do this.
We’ll meet in small groups to share a meal (supper) together and explore how faith, classical music, art and worship come together. We’ll take what we are learning about worship and create, plan and participate in a community evening worship service.
We meet twice a month: February, March, April and May. Our summer meeting dates are yet to be determined.
Time: Sundays from 4:30-6:30 p.m.
Host Location: Harderwyk Church, 1627 W. Lakewood Blvd., Holland, MI 49424
Dates of evening worship services are yet to be determined. However, we would like to celebrate together quarterly with our first worship service most likely being in May or June. Other services may be held at other locations than our current host.
Open to Middle School (6th, 7th and 8th) and High School Students who are looking for an opportunity to learn how or what it means to use their instruments in worship no matter where they are in their spiritual journey.
Cost: There is no cost to join, although we might ask you to bake some cookies once in a while.
Let us know you are coming by answering these questions and emailing us at email@example.com:
What instrument(s) do you play?
Do you play in a school band or orchestra? Which?
Are you in any sort of choir (church, school, community)? Please list:
What type of music do you like to listen to?
What type of music do you like to listen to that you don’t tell people about?
What types of music have you performed?
Have you ever arranged or composed music? Give us an example:
What other musical things do you do that you haven’t listed above:
What other things do you do, i.e. art, dance, athletics, work, etc.
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