Joyful Noise Worship band
"Joyful Noise" is Grace Lutheran’s oldest contemporary worship band. It is a team of music loving Christian brothers and sisters who enjoy praising God with music. Instruments have included piano, organ, keyboard, acoustic, electric and bass guitar, flute, recorder, mountain dulcimer, drums, congas, and various other percussion instruments. Sounds a little like Psalm 150, doesn’t it?
Our objective is to “usher worshippers into the throne room of God”. We approach our task in all seriousness, prayer, and a great deal of joy. We enjoy selecting music from Integrity,
Maranatha, Hill Song, contemporary artists, the Lutheran Hymnal, and have even written some of our own!
"Psalm 100" is our theme song which helps keep us humble and focused. Very
important for us: We need to be Lead Worshippers, not Worship Leaders.
May sound like a pun, but it makes all the difference.
"Joyful Noise" practices Sundays after
the main service. Practice begins at 12:30 PM.
If you are a member of another church and you'd
like "Joyful Noise" to be a part of your church's service
please consider inviting us over! Please contact the church office for
The mission of the Adult Choir is to minister the
word of God though His gifts of voice and song. We use traditional
literature for all church seasons spanning many musical periods, genres
Many choir members have various backgrounds
in singing, but all share a love of music and the Gospel. Just as God
assures us that there is a place for all of us in His family, there is
an open place for you in our choir family. We invite new singers, young
and old, regardless of musical ability to join us in singing with a true
heart and mind for Him. As Psalm 33:3 so wonderfully tells us, “Sing to
Him a new song; play skillfully, and shout for joy!” This is most
certainly true for us!
We rehearse together every Thursday
beginning at 7:00PM. We enjoy spreading our ministry through music in
traditional Sunday services twice a month, including special additional
literature for the Christmas, Lenten and Easter seasons. As music
ministers, we love to sing with instrumentalists and soloists (children
and adults), especially for Christmas and Easter!
Please contact the church office for additional information. As
Paul writes to us in Ephesians, “Speak to one another with psalms, hymns
and spiritual songs. Sing and make music in your heart to the Lord.” We
would be truly blessed to have you share your passion for ministering
God’s Word, and make music from your heart with us.
One suggestion: Please call the church office
before you come in the first time - just to ensure that practice isn't
cancelled for some reason. - We look forward to meeting you!
CrossFire Worship Band
Crossfire is a youth and young adult praise band
which plays contemporary Christian and praise music. Formed in the fall
of 2000, Crossfire’s early influences were Sonic Flood, the Newsboys,
and Point of Grace.
Today their repertoire includes music by Christian
artists like Chris Tomlin, Steven Curtis Chapman, Third Day, Paul
Colman, and Newsong.
Crossfire leads contemporary worship services at
Grace Lutheran as well as “playing out” at other venues, including the
Sad Café in Plaistow, the annual Walk for Life at Greeley Park in
Nashua, and various benefit concerts.
The band currently has 9 members, with 6
vocalists, 2 guitars, bass, keyboards, drums, and a fiddle! If you’d
like Crossfire to play at an event or benefit, please contact Jeff or
Sharlene Peterson at 888-7579 or e-mail us at
Praise 'n Harmony
"P 'n H" is an acapella group
singing Christian barbershop music. Currently a soprano, an alto,
two tenors and two basses, we are actively looking for a second soprano. We practice using training CDs and you will
find this type barbershop a lot easier to sing than you think. So don't
be scared by high-end performances you may have heard by professional
groups: We are good, but then again we're lay people just like
Won't you join us? After the Summer Break we'll
resume practice on Wednesday nights at
7 PM in Grace's sanctuary. Please contact the church office and leave a
message for Mick G.
PS: Praise 'n Harmony would be delighted to be a
part of your worship service or Christian event, too. Be sure to inquire
at the email above.
PPS: We could never decide whether the
"'n" stands for "in" or "and". Please tell
us what your preference is.