Engaging in ministry

with Worship arts

Worship is participation. Our Worship Arts ministry is made up of talented people like you, from the musicians, tech team, speakers, greeters, and beyond.

To get involved with Worship Arts, please email cbcoffice@cbclascruces.org

  • production Tech

    If you like to be behind the scenes, we have several positions that are integral to Sundays and beyond on the Tech Team. You don't need to be a professional to get involved either. We will train you, work with you, and only put you where you are comfortable serving when you are ready.

    • Sound engineering & mixing for house sound
    • Lighting & stage design
    • Projection (slides and video switching using ProPresenter)
    • Sound and Video Mixing for Live Stream and Recording
    • Camera Operation for Live Stream and Recording
  • instruments

    If you play an instrument, we would love to use you either in the worship services or the special events as they are scheduled throughout the year. Not all instruments fit all services or songs but we are willing to hear and consider the possibilities.

  • vocals

    Singers who have finished high school and up may audition to sing on the praise team. 

    Choir Opportunities - Throughout the year a choir is assembled for special events. Singers 6th grade and up are welcome regardless of previous experience. Keep a lookout for choir events during the Sunday announcements or on the events page.

  • youth / children's worship Arts

    Youth - Youth band leads the worship times on Wednesday nights. Opportunities for youth include vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards and drums. If you play another instrument but would like to help out, please let us know. 

    Children - Children's music training is part of the Sunday children's large group service in the fall and spring. 

    Each week the children gather together as part of their Sunday morning time to learn and experience music and worship. They also prepare and participate in special choirs in seasonal presentations at Christmas and Easter.