Choir

The SSEC Choir has a variety of responsibilities. Their primary role is to support and enhance the congregation in singing worship songs. As such, the choir becomes an important leader in worship, guiding the gathered assembly in prayer and praise through songs. The Choir is that portion of the congregation that is trained and rehearsed for the specific task of leading the song and praise of the people.


The Role of SSEC Choir.

  1. The SSEC Choir leads and enlivens the congregation’s song

  2. The Choir sings music that the congregation cannot

  3. The Choir serves as a small group within the church for faith formation.

The Choir practices on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Seldom on Saturdays.


The Choir and the SSEC Strategic Plan


Goal 1: TO INCREASE ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP BY 20% ANNUALLY
Activities

  1. Visitation to old and new Choristers, it includes bereaved, sick and evangelism

  2. Retreat and workshop/Refresher

  3. Annual serenade and fellowship


Goal 2: TO RECRUIT 200 NEW MEMBERS BY 2018
Activities: None


Goal 3: DOUBLE FINANCIAL INTAKE IN ONE YEAR AND SUBSEQUENTLY INCREASE AT LEAST BY 25%
Activities:

  1. Combined song service

  2. Combined Christmas Cantata 


Goal 4: TO EXPAND AND INCREASE THE SCOPE OF EVANGELISM
Activities:

  1. Combined concert 


The St. Stephens’ Episcopal Church Choir. They use their Talent to grace the activities when called upon.

The Choir during Esther celebrations always moves around the surrounding environs. It’s part of Community Evangelism.

The Beautiful st. Stephens’ Choir after a Forenoon Service.