Serving in Worship Arts

Worship is not music – it’s a lifestyle. It is our desire that the music at FBCG directs each person’s heart to worship our great God. Incorporating a variety of musical styles and artistic expressions, from traditional to contemporary.

There are many options for serving in Worship Arts from singing, to playing an instrument, to running the slides. If you are gifted in any of these areas please consider contacting Jordan Newhouse ,, about serving. You may also check out some of our options to serve in worship below:

At our east campus sanctuary, the sanctuary choir leads in two traditional services each Sunday morning from September through May. Singing many styles of music, this non-auditional choral group is an integral part of our traditional worship services.

Rehearsals:  Wednesdays 7:00-8:30 P.M.

Location:  East Campus Sanctuary

Contact:   Dee Compton ,

Orchestral instruments provide a powerful musical support to the traditional worship services. This auditioned ministry group is open to anyone high school age and above.

Rehearsals:  Sunday mornings as needed

Location:  East Campus

Contact:   Dee Compton  at

It takes at least 13 people to run the sound, media, lighting and video for our 6 weekend worship services. We also have a team of people who are the technical support for various midweek ministries at FBCG. Anyone who has a knowledge of computers or sound and a level of comfort with buttons and knobs is encouraged to volunteer.

Contact:   John Kruse

Our worship band members provide the musical foundation for our contemporary  worship.  This ministry is by audition only for anyone ages high school and older.

Rehearsals:  Thursdays 7 – 9 p.m. or Saturday’s at 3:30 P.M.

Location:  West Campus

Contact:   Jordan Newhouse

Leading in worship about once a month, this dynamic praise choir sings with excitement and enthusiasm. No audition is required for this ministry, and it is open to anyone ages high school and older.
Rehearsals:  Thursdays 7 – 9 p.m.

Location:  West Campus

Contact:  Jordan Newhouse

Ushers serve on a rotational basis on both campuses to distribute bulletins, collect the offering, seat worshippers and provide building security. As we plan for three services on the West Campus this fall, about 25 additional people are needed.

East Campus Contact:  Ralph Lohr
West Campus Contact:  Doug Drayer