Music Ministry

The Music Ministry at Arlington Baptist Church seeks to worship God in sincerity and in truth with
excellence. We worship a God of wonderful variety; therefore, many musical styles are present in
our worship service from time to time. Rather than focusing our attention on a single style of music,
we focus our attention on the Creator of all music. We seek to use relevant music in a blended
format for our worship services. There are several opportunities for you to be involved in. Check out
each part of the music ministry at Arlington below.

Voices of Praise
The Voices of Praise at Arlington is an exciting and uplifting part of worship each week leading in
congregational songs and special music. The sanctuary choir sings in the morning worship service
on Sunday. In addition, the choir presents several programs throughout the year for our church
family and community designed to exalt the name of Jesus and to share the love of God. Special
programs include our Christmas Cantata and Easter Cantata. All Church members from older youth
to Senior Adults are invited to join. Rehearsals are each Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. You do not
have to be able to read music to be a part of this group. If you are interested in being a part of our
choir please feel free to contact Chris.

Praise Band
The praise band at Arlington plays on Sunday morning and Sunday evening services. This group
currently consists of piano, bass, lead guitar, drums, and clarinet. We are always looking to expand
our sound and our musical abilities. Rehearsals for this group are on Sunday mornings at 9:00. This
group plays a vital role in our worship service each week as they provide the musical
accompaniment for congregational worship and occasionally special solo’s and events. If you play
an instrument and would like to join this group, please contact Chris.

***Arlington Baptist Church uses a blended style of worship. We hold on to the traditional style with
hymns and southern gospel music, while mixing in the contemporary music and choruses. All of our
worship elements are biblically grounded.***