Worship at New Providence Presbyterian Church
Our worship community is a place to celebrate all kinds of musical artists. We offer both Traditional and Contemporary Worship services and opportunities. Join us as we breathe in Christ’s call to respond in worship and joyfully live it out together. Here you will find creative opportunities to put the gifts God has given you to His good work!
In our contemporary worship we seek to skillfully magnify God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in order to lead others in worship. If you have experience singing, or playing guitar, bass, drums, keys or other instruments in a contemporary setting and love to worship God, this is the ministry for you. Ability to sight read and improvise helpful but not necessary. Training available. Applicants should be members or regular attenders of the church age 14 and older.
The Sanctuary choir sings and helps facilitate worship at the Traditional service on Sunday mornings, as well as seasonal services and other events throughout the year. We sing choral music in a wide variety of styles, from medieval to modern. New members, including High School students, are always welcome to join us.
The Sanctuary Choir resumes rehearsals on Thursday, September 8 at 7:30pm. New singers are always welcome! Interested in joining our Bell Choir? It's a short-term
commitment and new ringers are invited to join us! Our Fall Session is six weeks of 1 hour rehearsals on Wednesdays at 7:30pm, Sept. 21st -Oct. 26th, plus one
Sunday performance. Prior experience not necessary, but basic music reading skills are helpful. Contact Linda Langstaff at email@example.com for more info.
Miscellaneous Musicians and More!
• Instrumentalists - we welcome a variety of instruments to enhance our worship and add new sounds to our songs of praise. If you play an instrument and are interested in sharing your musical gifts in worship, we look forward to hearing from you!
• Singers - Do you like to sing, but are unable to make a weekly commitment to sing with the choir? We have a place for you on an occasional basis!
• Readers - Share your love for Scripture by serving as a reader in the worship service on a rotating basis.
Please contact Linda Langstaff, Director of Traditional Worship, for more information about any of these opportunities.
Meet our Director of Traditional Worship
Linda has been involved with music at NPPC in various capacities over the years and is excited to now serve as Director of Traditional Worship. Previously she directed the handbell choirs at Basking Ridge Presbyterian Church, and was Director of Music/Organist at Union Village United Methodist Church in Berkeley Heights/Warren. Linda pursued a graduate degree in Music Theory and Composition at the University of Maryland. Her goal at NPPC is to facilitate meaningful and memorable worship and provide opportunities for everyone to participate.
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