LOGOS Worship Skills is one of the four structural bones of our LOGOS program. Children and youth are divided into three age groups to experience the four structural bones of our program: Bible, Recreation, Dinner, and Worship Skills. Worship Skills includes singing, playing instruments, and preparation for many other leadership roles in worship.
LOGOS Cherubs, our youngest group, consists of children in Kindergarten through grade 2. This group learns about one worship element each week and sings songs which relate to what they have learned. In addition to singing, Cherub Choir members are taught to use a handbell to Chime the Trinity at the beginning of our Sunday morning worship services.
LOGOS Angels, our older elementary group, consists of children in grades 3-5. This group reviews worship elements, sings, and learns to accompany themselves using choirchimes and Orff instruments. In addition to Chiming the Trinity, LOGOS Angels members are taught to acolyte, or light the candles on the chancel for Sunday morning worship services.
LOGOS Youth, our oldest group, consists of students in grades 6-12. This group discusses various elements of worship and uses handbells, choirchimes, and tubano drums to accompany musical offerings for worship. In addition to Chiming the Trinity and acolyting, LOGOS Youth are invited to lead worship from the pulpit, inviting the congregation into corporate prayers or the Affirmation of Faith.
More details about the rest of our LOGOS program, including registration forms, may be found here.
You may also answer God’s call as an adult to serve our young people through LOGOS by calling the church at (304) 343-8961 and speaking to Janet Chambers (ext. 127) or Mary Odin (ext. 137).