Do you know that singing in a choir makes you happier? That is true for me, but thanks to the research of many learned scientists reported in an article in The Choral Director magazine, it’s a proven fact. I can only tell you from my experience; I leave Wednesday’s Sanctuary Choir rehearsal elated and excited because I have been able to participate in such a glorious undertaking.

I am relatively new to First Baptist Greenville and had not sung in choral groups for years, so I was nervous about joining the Sanctuary Choir, but with my husband’s and Vivian’s encouragement, I joined and LOVE IT! When one joins our church one is asked to do three things—attend as often as possible, find a small group where we can get to know folks in depth, and contribute time, talents and (of course) money to further the work of the church. Joining the choir is a chance to get to know others who love music, give some time and whatever musical talent you have—the money, of course, is up to you.

I am not a solo quality singer, nor do I read music, but the joyous voices around me and the direction given the choir by our leader help me join in the offering of glorious music to the glory of God. There is room in this part of God’s house for you—come join us!

—Lynn Woodman Cauble, Sanctuary Choir Member

Vocal Choirs
Preschool Choir led by Ellen Wilson—Wednesdays@First Activities
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Elementary Choir led by Amy Joye—Wednesdays@First Activities
Vocare (Youth Choir) led by Amy Joye—Sundays following Worship
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Sanctuary Choir led by Vivian Hamilton—Wednesdays@First Activities
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Bell Tower Ringers led by Julie Treu—Sunday Evenings
Golden Ringers (Senior Adult Beginners) led by Julie Treu—Friday Mornings
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