Our worship style can be described as a blend of modern-day songs and modern-day twists on old classics. Our worship team prayerfully plans the service each week and leads the congregation in heartfelt exaltation of Jesus. Grace Community’s worship team has called 2013 the “Year of the Hymn” and has been focusing primarily on great songs of the faith.
Meet our worship team
Joshua has played guitar for over fifteen years and has previously served as a worship leader for more than five years. He is a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Christian Studies program at University of the Cumberlands and currently works at Eastern Kentucky University. He enjoys making music, cooking and spending time with his wife, son, friends, and family. Joshua believes that we should sing with the angels to God, “Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord God Almighty, who was and is and is to come!”(Rev. 4:8)
Matt is a self taught musician that can play several instruments, including the Bass Guitar, Drums and recently has learned to play the Mandolin. Matt has been playing in church since the age of 14. Matt says, “Music is a passion that I have as a gift from God that I’ve been able to use and help lead people in worship of Christ through music.” Matt enjoys playing different styles of music. Matt says, “What I like about our music is that it is always Christ centered just like the preaching at the church. I also appreciate that we can take the old hymns and bring them back to life with new rhythms.”
Ben is married to Victoria and a student at Boyce College, a school of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville. At GCC Ben leads worship music, small groups, and oversees GRIT – a ministry of the church. Ben enjoys studying biblical theological and Civil War history. He’s an avid baseball fan and supports the Cincinnati Reds.