Worship at Wedgwood
Worship at Wedgwood
What to Expect
Worship at Wedgwood is usually described as modern and contemporary, energetic, and a congregation that sings.
Our morning worship times are led by our Pastor of Worship, a Praise Team, a Full Choir, and a Six Piece Band. The worship at Wedgwood represents a variety of styles of music extending from the hymns of old to songs being written today. The standard by which a song is chosen to be used at Wedgwood is not as much the musical genre of the song, but rather the biblical, theological, and doctrinal integrity of the song itself.
The drama team brings short sketches to the service on occasion to help relay the Scriptural message of the day.
Using the technology available along with songs and drama, the goal of each worship experience is to bring honor and glory to Jesus Christ.
The WedgWorshp Praise Teams
Currently, there are four praise teams made up of a female group, a men’s group, and two mixed groups. All members of the praise teams are also an active member of the choir. They are chosen and grouped on an as needed basis.
The WedgWorship Choir
There is no audition for the worship choir. We welcome you and would be delighted for you to join us for rehearsal at 6:30 PM in our choir room located immediately behind the platform of the worship center. The worship choir leads worship most Sunday mornings. In addition, there are occasional evening events that the choir is also a part. Please contact Phil at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
The WedgWorship Drama Team (Acting Up)
Worship’s drama team is called Acting Up. They perform small sketches in the services to full-length dinner theaters. For more information about Acting Up, contact Phil at email@example.com.
The WedgWorship Band
The Wedgwood band is not open for auditions, but if you are interested in being a part, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The band positions are only available on an as needed basis.
The WedgWorship Media Team
The media team is headed up by our media coordinator, Scott Sumner. Each full service demands approximately 15 people behind the scenes. It is described as a fun, sometimes even crazy team. The interaction of this team makes it possible for all of the integral aspects of the service to flow as smoothly as possible and to minimize distractions in a worship service. Contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.