Chuck Knows Church — Doxology.
Chuck sings! Kinda. Bet you can’t guess the name of the most played piece of music in Protestant churches each Sunday? You looked at the title of this episode, didn’t you?
Chuck sings and explains on this his show!
Imagine sixty kids singing and playing music to the Lord. What a glorious sound it would be, right? This is the ministry of Music Camp… to give children a chance to see how fun using music to praise the Lord can be! Like Vacation Bible School, which is held the same week in the mornings, this venue encourages the participation of children in a week-long camp format.
Music Ministry staff and volunteers work together each year to organize and orchestrate a summer music camp. It’s an opportunity for students and parents alike to experience the joy of praising God through music. Musical experience is not necessary to participate!
At Pender’s Music Camp, rising second through sixth graders sing in choir, play Orff instruments, ring handbells, experiment with rhythm in a percussion class, learn to read music, and make crafts. Older youth are always welcome to help out as teaching assistants.
Friday afternoon traditionally concludes with a musical performance, complete with costumes and choreography, which our campers perform for friends and family!
Register here: http://www.penderumc.org/musiccamp
These song sheets (words only) are conveniently laid out (in pdf) for 8 ½ x 11 inch paper for easy folding into handy booklets that may be used for Sunday school, classes, meetings, parties, Christmas caroling, or for the home.
There are twenty-five Advent, Christmas, New Year and Epiphany songs, mostly sacred, some secular.
The entire contents are in the public domain and may be freely reproduced without copyright restrictions or permissions.
Today’s Bible Verse
“Sing to God, sing in praise of his name, extol him who rides on the clouds; rejoice before him—his name is the LORD. A father to the fatherless, a defender of widows, is God in his holy dwelling.” –Psalm 68:4-5