Worship Arts

About Worship Arts
From traditional arts to technical arts, there are plenty of ways to get involved in our Worship Arts program.
American Sign Language (ASL) Team 
Part of the Worship Team, this group provides motions in efforts to make worship accessible for all, even those who can’t read or don’t enjoy singing.
A growing part of our Worship Arts program, audio and visual arts includes audio specialists, photographers, videographers, and presentation specialists, as well as those who enjoy traditional art forms. So many moments to capture and ways to express!
Inspiring worship through song, accessible to all, no experience needed, our choir provides special music for traditional services as well as high holidays throughout the year.
Providing special music for traditional services, as well as high holidays throughout the year, handbells offers a unique opportunity to serve, no experience necessary!
Modern Worship Choir
Part of the Worship Team, this group provides vocal support for select services throughout the year.
Special Music
Individuals or small ensembles who offer special music for our traditional services.
Worship Team
This group of talented artists leads our Modern service through music. Click here to learn more about our audition process.
Youth Ensemble
A creative way for children and youth to get involved in Worship Arts, this group performs at select services throughout the year dancing, singing and acting.
If you are interested in getting involved in our Worship Arts program, please email brittany@stlukesreno.org.