You may notice some new faces leading worship in service this weekend.
Saturday Night Service Guest Worship Leader, November 15
If there is one word to describe Brandon Muchow, it’s passion. And his music is nothing less than passionate. He is an active worship leader, songwriter, and teacher. With only 22 years of life experience, Brandon’s music and ministry has already spread around the world, including The Purpose Driven Worship Conference in Brazil and the Philippines, as well as the Fringe Festival in Scotland in 2004. Brandon’s original worship music is now used in churches on a regular basis worldwide. He has been featured on ABC’s 20/20, worship magazines and in Simply Youth small group curriculum, “Life Hurts, God Heals.” Brandon’s CD ‘s as “Cornerstone,” “Where I’m Supposed To Be,” and other resources are available at Encouragingmusic.com.
Sunday Morning Guest Choir, November 16
Vanguard University Concert Choir
The University Concert Choir, the larger ensemble at Vanguard with over 90 student members has presented classical, sacred, secular, and contemporary concerts in major concert halls, schools, churches, conferences and conventions throughout the United States. Past concert tours outside of the U.S. have included China, Mexico, Europe, the South Pacific, South Korea, Japan, and Canada. The Vanguard University music ensembles have long been noted for their inspiring and excellent presentation of sacred vocal and instrumental music, including classical, sacred, secular hits from theatre and film, praise and worship, and contemporary Christian arrangements. Under the baton of Dr. James Melton, the Concert Choir will again be featured in solo performance at Carnegie Hall, New York City, in May of 2009, their 4th concert in 8 years there.