A Growing Ministry: Chapel Worship Music

Posted by Whitney Dotson on Mar 17, 2023 1:14:54 PM

"It is good to praise the Lord and make music to Your Name, O Most High, proclaiming Your love in the morning and Your faithfulness at night, to the music of the ten-stringed lyre and the melody of the harp." - Psalm 92:13

Mrs. Angela Batterman, the new choir director at Lake Country Lutheran High School, is leading the development of the worship music. Her goal is for students to learn what it means to work as a team, not as a group of soloists, but truly as one voice, singing together for the glory of God.

One exciting, growing area of ministry at LCL is their Chapel Worship Music. LCL currently has chapel on Tuesdays and Fridays, during which, worship team members take turns leading the student body and faculty in offering praise and worship to the Lord.

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The chapel musician roster includes 20 students with vocal and various instrumental talents; seven of these students have taken on the responsibility of leading worship teams.  The worship team leaders choose the worship songs, work with the directors to get the music to their team members, and communicate with the AV team so that together they can create a seamless worship experience.  The students invest practice time and arrive early before school to rehearse with their team before leading worship.  

Recently during Tech Week for the Fall Play, eleven faculty members came together to form a Faculty Chapel Worship Team so the student chapel musicians could have a break during their busy week. The Lord is moving in many ways within Lake Country Lutheran High School Choir and Chapel music programming.  





On December 7th, the LCL Choir had the wonderful opportunity to sing at Shorehaven Lake Terrace Apartments.  It was such a rewarding, fun experience for the students and for those who attended! At the end of the performance, the choir led a Christmas Carol Sing-along. In the middle of "Silent Night," the students interspersed with the residents, and the sweet notes of a truly combined choir rang out as the program closed with singing acapella. Tears rolled down the cheeks of many, and several choir students shared that this was an incredibly touching experience for them too.  



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