Music Opportunities at Faith
Many of our students are interested in music and look for opportunities to use music to serve and worship the Lord! Faith offers you several music possibilities.
If you enjoy singing, try out for the chorale. The Chorale sings in churches on weekends and has three major concerts each year:The Festival of Carols in December, the Spring Concert at the conclusion of their spring tour, and the Commencement Concert during Commencement week. During our spring break the Chorale spends almost a week and a half on the road ministering in churches and Christians schools.
If you play a musical instrument, you may want to audition for the Faith Orchestra. Like the Chorale, the Faith Orchestra ministers in churches on weekends and participates in the three major concerts during the year. You will enjoy the opportunities to meet people and to minister to them through music.
The Faith Handbell Choir is a group of 10-12 students who are committed to serving the Lord through this specialized music ministry. The Handbell Choir adds a unique and beautiful dimension to the overall musical ministry at Faith.
Students find many opportunities in daily chapels to serve the Lord through music. Our students accompany chapel singingand provide special music. Many participate in our chapel orchestra that accompanies the singing.
So if you are interested in music at Faith, you'll have plenty of opportunities to get involved.
Admissions Student Life
Spring Chorale TourMarch 6–15
Attend one of the Chorale's concerts in Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri.
Spring Chorale ConcertMarch 20
Join us on the Faith campus for the annual spring Chorale concert.
Scholarship WeekendMarch 19-21
For seniors who have applied to Faith. Get to know Faith personnel and interview for substantial scholarships.
Faith Pulpit DayMarch 30
This years Faith Pulpit Day will explore exposition in preaching, in theology, and in counseling.
Student Leadership SummitApril 16-18
Evangelist Will Galkin and Dr. Paul Hartog will help teens confront their culture rather than conform to it.