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Contemporary Worship Teams

A Note from Amy Kopecky, Director of Contemporary Music

She was an outcast, standing at the village well at the hottest hour of the day, and alone. Weary. Shamed. There she met Jesus, who promised her living water for her thirsty soul. He concluded with these words of grace:

“God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in spirit and in truth” (John 4:24).

Yes, these are words of grace. When we meet at 10:30 on Sundays, we are not going through a religious rite, mustering up spiritual feelings or giving due allowances. We open our hands, we receive the truth of God’s grace, and we experience the power of His Spirit’s healing presence in our hearts.


Our worship teams lead songs with voice, guitars, drums, bass, keys, trumpets and the occasional glockenspiel. Sometimes we get loud. Sometimes we get intimate. We sing a repertoire of modern worship songs, (as David says in Psalm 149: “sing a new song”), and we sing hymns and spiritual songs (Colossians 3:16).


Are you a Musician?
We are always looking for more talented and enthusiastic musicians! If you have a heart for worship and play an instrument or sing, please contact Amy. Musicians are asked to audition and rehearse with the teams a few times prior to Sunday worship as necessary. Rehearsals are held on Thursday evenings at 7 pm, and interested musicians are invited to participate in a monthly worship (jam) session to get to know us.


Tech Volunteers Needed For Worship Arts at Hope
Hope is seeking volunteers at the sound board and computers to help enhance our 10:30 worship service.

The computer position involves operating the lyrics and images on Mac computers and is a once-a-month commitment. 

The sound board position involves running the sound board to balance the sound for speaking mics and musical instruments and is a once or twice monthly commitment. This includes participating in weekly Thursday night band rehearsals and Sunday morning rehearsals and worship. No prior sound board experience is necessary, but it is helpful if you have a musical ear. 
Contact Amy if you are interested.