Sing to the Lord a new song
You will find all types of music here: from traditional hymns and spirituals to contemporary Christian music! We enjoy music from our talented pianist Philippe and our many individual musicians in our worship service.
EVERYONE is welcome to join!
As Belgium emerges from our coronavirus lockdown, we are once again allowed to sing in church. For safety’s sake, we must be masked and keep a physical distance of two meters, but we certainly enjoy “making a joyful noise!” We are always looking for soloists to help lead worship, and we look forward to the day when our Choir can resume. Singing together every week not only helps lead our worship services, but it has become a source of great joy for our singers.
A highlight of our musical year is the annual Lessons & Carols service in December that we combine with our French-speaking sister church, Notre Dame du Blankendelle. This service is a warm and wonderful reflection of Protestant and Roman Catholic Christians serving, sharing and celebrating the Good News of Jesus Christ together.
If you would like to know more about the choir or music program or would like to get involved, talk to our pianist Philippe, our Choir Director Janet, or drop us an email via the church office.
When I started attending IPC services, the choir sounded wonderful, and on a spiritual and emotional level, I felt moved. I wanted to be part of what they were doing. However, with little classical experience and no training in music theory I was a little afraid. But I enjoy singing and they looked nice enough so I tried it out anyway.
They have been so kind and open. Our choir leader, with the assistance of the other choir members, has been patiently training me as a tenor. We sing mostly classical pieces but also more contemporary pieces from time to time.
Coming from different countries and ages, each member of the choir has a different story to tell, but when we come together to sing we are one and the diversity is our strength.
Singing in a choir is a wonderful way to worship, and one really feels part of God’s family.