Dan Fenn, Director of Worship and the Arts


a woman playing a harp in front of a microphoneLord  of Life Concert Series presents The Woodlands Harp Quartet, featuring Bonnie Goodrich, Valerie Sinha, Ashley Wells, & Laura Witt Smith on Sunday, April 21 at  5 pm.  Free to our community.

Instrumental Music Opportunities in the New Year

Big Band (trumpets, trombones, saxophones)

  • Sunday, May 19 (Pentecost Sunday), 8:30 & 11am worship
    • Rehearsal schedule to be announced
Bells of Life (adult handbell choir) Call Sarah for more info 281-210-7024
Kids Music – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays as part of Music, Meals, and More.
4-year-olds through 1st grade 6:30-7pm
2nd – 3rd grades 6:30-7:15
4th – 6th grades – Joyful Noise Bells 6:30-7:15
Lord of Life Choir
The Lord of Life Choir is open to all singers, high school age through adult, and sings in Sunday worship at 8:30am. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at 7:15 in the Music Room. There is no audition, but some music experience is helpful. Contact Dan Fenn for more information.
Instrumental Music at Lord of Life
There are many opportunities for instrumentalists to share their talents here at Lord of Life either as soloists or part of the Family Orchestra or Jazz Band. These groups lead in worship periodically throughout the year from September-May. Rehearsal and performance dates are announced prior to each season. If you would like more information on these groups or how you can share your gifts, contact our instrumental director Jeremy Kelsey at jkelsey@LOLonline.org.
Bells of Life Our adult handbell choir, the Bells of Life, is directed by Sarah Schlacks and plays in worship on the first Sunday of the month from September-May. New ringers are welcome, but it is helpful to have prior handbell experience. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings at 6:45 in the Handbell Room on the 2nd floor. Please call Sarah at 281-210-7024 for more information.
Acolytes – Light the altar candles and assist the pastors in worship. For kids 7th-8th grade.
Altar Guild – Prepares communion and the paraments before each service. Read more from our quarterly magazine about this valuable ministry.
Communion Assistants – Bring the wine and bread to the altar and help the pastor distribute them to worshippers.
Assisting Ministers – Read portions of scripture, offer prayers, and assist the pastors in worship services.
Ushers– Distribute worship folders, collect the offering, and assist in directing worshipers to communion.
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Liturgical Arts Team

The Liturgical Arts Committee prepares the sanctuary for worship for each season of the church year. The décor reflects the mood of the church season, from somber anticipation for Advent and Lent to joy at Christmas and Easter. The members of the committee seek to engage the senses of the congregation and draw them in to reflect upon the meaning of the season using banners, fabric, art, flowers, and lighting.

The team works together to brainstorm ideas that enhance worship and implement them.  If you have a passion for design or decorating or are interested in contributing to this ministry, please contact Kathy Gaskamp at kathy.gaskamp@att.net.