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Traditional Music

The Sanctuary Choir:
Leads the musical worship at our 8:30 & 11:00 AM services. Rehearsals are Wednesday nights at 7:00 PM.
 
Celebration Orchestra:
Leads the musical worship at our 11:00 AM services. Rehearsals are Wednesday nights at 6:30 PM. Membership is open to anyone with at least 1-year experience on a woodwind, brass, or stringed instrument.
 

Contemporary Music

Worship Band:
Covenant’s worship band consists of a rhythm section, including guitars, bass, keys, and drums, and multiple praise teams. This group leads worship for our 9:45 AM service. Membership for this group is by audition only. Rehearsals are Tuesday nights at 7:00 PM.
 
 

Age-Level Music

RESOUND: 
Covenant’s Student Choir consists of students 6th-12th grades. RESOUND meets on Sunday afternoons from 4:30-5:30, just before Sunday Night Youth. We work closely with the True North Worship Band and lead in Sunday morning worship several times a year. We also participate in Christmas at Covenant, music in mission run-outs, and a Student Choir Tour each June. Our goal is to encounter God through music, to use music to lead in worship, and to take music outside Covenant’s walls to reach others for Jesus Christ. Come join us!!
 
True North Worship Band:
Worship Band: This praise band leads Cov students in worship each Sunday night during youth. 
 
Singing Sprouts, Roots and Sound SHIFT:
These are our graded choirs for children in grades K3 – K5 (Singing Sprouts) 1st – 3rd grade (Roots) and 4th – 5th grade (Sound SHIFT). Each choir sings in worship two to three times per year and participates in Christmas at Covenant.
 
Senior Adult Choir:
Our senior adult choir is made up of some of our most “experienced” members of Covenant and regularly sings (and eats) throughout the Greater Greenville area. Rehearsals are Monday mornings at 10:30 AM. Please note: We do not meet on weeks we have Covenant Fellowship Luncheon (usually the third Monday of each month).
 

“Let everything that has breath Praise the Lord.” Psalms 150:6