Worship & Music


Worship & Music Ministry

Our Worship & Music ministry seeks to encourage and equip believers of all ages to worship and serve God through music! We utilize a balance and variety of traditional hymns and contemporary music accompanied by a growing praise and worship band/orchestra, praise singers, and choir.

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Summer Music and Arts Camp

June 13-17, 2022

Registration opens April 28, 2022

We will keep you updated along the way as the dates get closer so be sure to keep an eye out. Spots fill up early every year so you won't want to miss out!

If you want a refresher or if you don't know what SMAAC is watch this awesome slideshow from last year!!


Student Opportunities

High school and college students are welcomed to participate musically in every area: choir, orchestra and even tech and handbells. Use your gifts in service to the Lord.


Worship Choir

The Worship Choir rehearses Wednesdays from 7:15-8:30pm in the Sanctuary. The choir ministers through a variety of music during the Sunday morning services and also presents special seasonal programs. No audition or musical experience is necessary - just a heart to worship and a willingness to serve! We'd love to have you!! (For students age 7th grade and up plus adults of all ages!)

Church Bells

Handbell Ensemble



Handbell Ensemble meets Tuesdays from 6:00-7:30pm during the school year and plays in worship on a regular basis. Previous ringing experience is not needed, but basic music reading skill is required. 


Worship Orchestra

The Worship Orchestra accompanies congregational worship on Sunday mornings, occasionally accompanies the Sanctuary Choir and other musical groups, and plays special orchestra-only selections several times a year. We rehearse Sundays from 8:00-9:00am before the Sunday school hour. Additional instruments are welcome!


Technical Ministries

The Technical Ministries Team supports the worship life of First Baptist Church through sound, video projection, media, and video recording ministries. Experience is helpful, but not required. Continuing training is available for those interested in serving.