"Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts." -Colossians 3:16
If you enjoy serving and glorifying God through the arts, please prayerfully consider helping in one of the areas posted below. For more info, contact Andrew Nelson unless specified.
The music at PLC worship services is led by singers and instrumentalists that make up the worship team. Musicians typically serve twice a month, and rehearse once during the week.
Our Worship Teams lead the congregation in song each week. Vocalists usually sing twice a month and practice one evening that week. There is also the opportunity to perform solos or duets.
We also need instrumentalists on the Worship Team. Whether you play percussion, keys, guitar, bass or a wind instrument...there’s an opportunity for you to share your gifts.
Sacred dance is a way of honoring and worshipping God through movement. It is our desire to reach others through a message about God’s love for us. There are opportunities for dancers of ALL ages. There are several opportunities where we use dance and movement during worship, from well-rehearsed ensembles to simple processionals...it’s all dance and it’s all good!
Contact person – Sarah Quie: 952.993.9481 email@example.com
Drama is like a parable: a short story that reveals an important truth. As a member of our Drama Team, you can share your gifts by participating in short sketches that point to the theme of the day.
Our goal is to have drama offered once a month during all worship services; scripts are distributed and rehearsed well in advance. Actors and actresses of all ages and levels of experience are welcome!
Read Scripture during one of our worship services. You will receive the reading prior to the Sunday you read, and help pronouncing the difficult words.
Help out behind the scenes by running the sound board or video recording special events. Training is provided, and the schedule is very flexible.