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“When we make, we invoke the abundance of God's world into the reality of scarcity all about us.”
Art is a powerful resource for growing in faith. Beauty, order, and harmony in worship bear witness to our beliefs and reflect truth about God’s Word. As Christians, we can’t help but sing.
For God has cheered our hearts and minds through his dear Son, whom He gave for us to redeem us from sin, death, and the devil. He who believes this earnestly cannot be quiet about it. But he must gladly and willingly sing and speak about it so that others also may come and hear it. - Martin Luther
Our primary musical ensemble is you, the congregation. Our pastors and musicians understand this, thoughtfully crafting worship to allow all to join in without hesitation. We draw upon our rich Lutheran musical heritage and the manifold gifts of modern authors and composers. Our vocal and instrumental ensembles creatively support our song, adding additional dimensions of sound.
As we continue to develop the musical landscape at King of Glory this fall, we invite you to help us in praising our Lord. Whether you are part of the congregation or feel God is leading you to share in one of our choral or instrumental ensembles, sing, ring, and play – and do so boldly!