One of the most important things we do as a church community is come together every week to experience God’s presence and transforming power through worship. Whether through a sacred hymn, a liturgical prayer, the sacrament of communion, or a modern worship song that elicits the raising of hands in surrender, our services are designed to both honor God and engage the heart in a way that is culturally relevant.
We are a diverse community, committed to inspiring people through music and the arts.
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Each worship venue has a band at the core of its musical expression. There are many opportunities to serve on one of these teams for those with advanced skills in playing guitar, keys or drums.
Choral music is one of the unique ways we worship at SBC, and there’s nothing like the power of gathered voices to draw our focus to God. We have two adult choral opportunities at our Shea Campus and one at our North Ridge Campus:
The Chapel Children’s Choir season follows the school calendar, and children enjoy fun, interactive rehearsals while preparing to sing in select Grace Chapel services. The choir is open to children in grades 2-6 by audition.
The Chapel Handbell Choir rehearses throughout the fall, winter, and spring seasons to serve in Grace Chapel services, as scheduled. Solid music reading skill is necessary and bell playing experience is helpful, but not required.
Here at Scottsdale Bible, we have a fantastic legacy of quality orchestral music. Our orchestras play in the Sunday Worship Center services at our Shea Campus and the 9am Sunday service at our North Ridge Campus. Participation requires an audition and an intermediate ability level.
Every worship venue is outfitted with quality audio, video and lighting technology and staffed by volunteers. This is a great serving ministry for those who enjoy working behind the scenes. Some technical aptitude and a desire to serve are all that is needed to begin serving on a rotational basis. Hands-on training is provided.
Seasonal events around Christmas and Easter, as well as theme-based message series, provide opportunities for those interested in building, designing, costumes and make-up. From Winter Wonder in December to Good Friday services and Journey to the Cross during the Easter season, we are looking to add new volunteers to the team.
We are highly committed to raising up the next generation of worshipers. Opportunities for children and students include worship bands and vocalists in YTH 56, YTH, and YTH High School Ministry; Chapel Children’s Choir; Youth Orchestra (seasonal); and various Winter Wonder performing groups. We also offer an annual Summer Arts Camp where students develop their art, music, dance, photography and technical arts skills in classes led by our gifted Worship Arts staff and volunteers.
Vocal teams serve in each venue’s worship services, and there are various opportunities for those who have developed vocal skills and a love of worshiping the Lord through singing.