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James Bradford, Minister of Music

When the Lord occupies a prominent place in a believer's heart, then worship happens.  Music makes it fun and meaningful, but it's not just about music.  It's about connecting and engaging yourself and others with the Gospel message.  Serving, playing, and singing are the manifestations of living out Christ's command to love, serve and share.  It's about walking daily as an ambassador for Christ and His kingdom.  Won't you come and join us on this incredible journey?

Children's Choirs | Youth Choirs | Celebration Choir & Orchestra | Silvertones

Sundays, 4:15-5:15

Angela Lee, Children's Choir Coordinator

The mission of the Children’s Choir Ministry at QSBC is to lead children to become life-long worshipers of our Lord Jesus Christ. Each week children learn music fundamentals including how to sing properly, read music, and play instruments. Through hands-on activities, games, and songs, children learn what it means to worship God not just with music, but with every part of their lives.

They learn what the Bible teaches about worship and are then given opportunities to lead our church in worship. In addition to singing in worship services both in the fall and the spring, all our Children’s Choirs are featured in a special Christmas concert in December and a Spring celebration in May. 

We offer Children’s Choirs for children in Pre-K through 5th grade. All of our choirs meet on Sunday afternoons at 4:15 during the school year (September – May) and your child may enroll at any time. If you have any questions or would like to enroll your child in choir, please contact Angela Lee.

The Children’s Choir Ministry also provides opportunities for adults to help children experience the joy of worshipping the Lord through music. You don’t have to be an expert musician to be a part of our team, either.  If you love the Lord and have a heart for teaching his children about worship, contact Angela Lee,  to find out how you could be involved in the Children’s Choir Ministry at QSBC.

  • Pre-K Choir - Room 1121
  • Kindergarten Choir - Room 2121
  • 1st Grade Choir - Room 2108
  • 2nd Grade Choir - Room 2104
  • 3rd-5th Grade Choir - Room 2120

 

Youth Choirs

 Sundays, 4:15-5:15

Kara Falen, Music Associate (MS Choir Director)

James Bradford, Minister of Music (HS/College Choir Director)

Weekly youth choir rehearsals provide students with the opportunity to express their faith in song and to raise their level of musical excellence.  But, youth choir is about so much more than just music. 

This is most clearly manifested during our annual tours which take place at the close of the choir year. The songs and their texts which allow us to share the gospel are a high priority, but building character and integrity, strengthening morals in attitude, speech and dress, understanding daily reliance and devotion to God, teamwork, endurance, sacrifice, service, discipline, yielding to others, and especially submitting to authority are some of the highest goals of our youth choir tours. On our mission trips, students are able to maintain some sense of neatness on the bus and in their "motel" rooms. They are able to guard their language from unnecessary slang and phrases. They are able to dress modestly and look great. They are able to honor and respect detention center staff, adult sponsors, their director and each other. They are able to push through extreme fatigue and minor injuries with cheerful hearts and good positive attitudes. They are unique, different, and set apart because it is expected of them and for some reason, they embrace it.  What they do each moment is simply live out a lifestyle of devotion and worship. And we pray it doesn’t stop there, but will help them set the bar for everything they do in life.

  • Middle School Youth Choir (Grades 6-8) Rm 2341
  • High School/College Choir (Grades 9-College) Rm 2335

For more information contact the music office,

Click here to access the Middle School Youth Choir 2015 Tour Blog.  (July 14-18)

Click here to access the High School Youth Choir 2015 Tour Blog.  (May 26-31)

 

Celebration Choir and Orchestra (ages 18+)

Wednesdays, 6:15-7:45 p.m.

James Bradford, Minister of Music (Choir Director)

John Outon, Music Associate (Orchestra Director)

We believe the Celebration Choir & Orchestra (ages 18+) should be filled with people who diligently seek the Lord through their lifestyle of a daily quiet time, faithful Sunday School attendance, participation in Worship Services, and as a witness for Christ in their everyday lives. God says, “…you will find me when you seek me with all your heart.” (Jer. 29:13)  This is what we strive to do in our personal lives first, and then corporately as a ministry of music & worship.

As we testify about God through song and as we praise and worship Him together, it is our desire that others will be drawn to the Lord; that they will find Him and keep Him in their hearts. Our ministry of music and worship plays a critical role in the spiritual climate of each worship service and church gathering. The responsibility to present yourself to the Lord in this sacrifice of praise requires more than just a casual commitment. It will only be possible by the power and strength through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It is to Him we commit our humble hearts of service and to Him we give all of the praise.

  • Choir Rehearsal - Room 2335 (Choir Room)
  • Orchestra Rehearsal - Worship Center (6:30-7:45 p.m.)

For more information contact the music office,

 

Silvertones

Tuesdays, 11:00-noon, Rm 2335 (Choir Room)

When it comes to praising the Lord there is no age limit, and proof of that is our Silvertone choir.  Each week, in addition to lifting their voices in singing praise, adults ages 55+ are afforded the opportunity for laughter and fellowship.  Some of the highlights of the choir year are participating in BGCO events like "Singing and Praising," and traveling to nursing homes and assisted living centers to sing and bring joy to the residents.  And on more than one occasion the Silvertones have been known to be treated to a luncheon outing. Directed by James Bradford, the door is always open for others to join!