Category: Music

Bach’s St. John Passion: A Musical Sermon

December 19, 2015

Our Sanctuary Choir will have the wonderful opportunity to sing the chorales from the St. John Passion in January of 2016 as part of the centerpiece concert of the 2016 Arizona Bach Festival. The Arizona Bach Festival contacted Camelback to participate because they knew we believe in the deep teaching of the Word and our hearts for Christ — the essential elements by which we can truly express the meaning of the Gospel and share Christ’s love with others.
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The Celebration of the World’s Most Significant Birth

December 2, 2014

At Camelback Bible Church, the celebration of the world’s most significant birth is a highlight of our calendar year. The wonder of it never wears out – the arrival in a cattle’s trough of Jesus the Christ, Savior of our sins and Lord of our lives! The secular world exploits Christmas for material gain and […]
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Let’s Make Music!

September 25, 2014

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God. Colossians 3:16 This text from Colossians guides and informs our music ministry at Camelback Bible Church. Our ministry is founded in the Word of God. We […]
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Singing and Ringing in California

June 23, 2014

As I was returning home from our annual children’s choir trip, I began composing in my head how I wanted to relay to you, our church family, the wonderful experiences and blessings that God gave us while in San Diego. I decided rather than giving only my perspective of our trip, I wanted to let […]
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“Poco a Poco”

May 1, 2014

“Poco a Poco”, a musical term meaning little by little, is exactly how God is blessing us with a growing children’s music ministry. Only through His blessing are we able to impact the lives of children within our body as well as outside our church community. You will find, on most Sunday evenings, upwards of […]
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