PSALMS, HYMNS & SPIRITUAL SONGS
Let the message about Christ, in all its richness, fill your lives. Teach and counsel each other with all the wisdom he gives. Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs to God with thankful hearts.
- Colossians 3:16
THE WORSHIP ARTS MINISTRY
The Worship Arts Ministry seeks to create avenues for bringing glory and honor to Jesus Christ our Lord, through the arts. This happens in our community of Christ-followers, from the youngest to the oldest, from the most traditional to the most current, and through all levels of technical ability.
We want to explore the many ways in which God's life-giving work can be accomplished and expressed through various artistic disciplines.
HOW DO WE DO THIS?
- The music team leads worship weekly through a mixture of traditional and contemporary selections and a variety of instruments. They meet once during the week, and before the service on Sundays.
- The projector slides are selected/designed with the worship service in mind.
- Professional string players are regularly hired for Christmas and Easter.
- We have collaborated with other churches in the area to perform concerts, theater productions, etc.
- We invite the community to our yearly Worship Arts Night, opening the doors to visual artists, instrumentalists, choirs, and every willing voice to come and offer their personal expressions of worship to God as one congregation.
If you would like to join our team's efforts - no matter your skill or experience - we would love to have you join!
WORSHIP ARTS DIRECTOR
Devereux Geiger is a Boston-based musician, educator and composer with a Bachelors of Music from Gordon College. In addition to serving as the worship arts director at CCC, he enjoys performing and directing music in and around Boston, working for organizations such as ImprovBoston and Boston Ballet School. In 2020 he co-founded Interlude Music, a business for musical services and education, with his wife, Ella McGaunn Geiger.
Devereux is passionate about including a variety of musical traditions in the church's expression of worship, and he enjoys exploring the many ways in which the arts can contribute to the work of God's kingdom.