What Kind of Music Does FBS Have?
Here at FBS, we have a variety of different styles of worship. From singing along with your hymnal to worshiping along to a guitar solo, we have a style of worship for you! To us, it's all about glorifying Jesus Christ, and worshiping His name in every generation.
- Leads in Sunday morning worship
- Presents special programs each year
- Sings at conferences and conventions
- Rehearses Wednesday evenings 6:30 - 8:00
- No audition required
The Praise Team is an ensemble of six to twelve vocalists who lead in contemporary worship in the Celebration Services. It is an auditioned group and is comprised of Sanctuary Choir members.
- Graded for age 3 through 5th grade
- Learn and apply scripture through music
- Present special programs each Christmas and Spring
- Minister in song at local assisted living facilities
Key Change (grades 6-8)
Key Change is our junior high choir. Key Change takes an annual trip ministering in children's homes, homeless shelters, and mission centers.
Mirror Image (grades 9-12)
Mirror Image, our senior high choir, joins with Key Change each fall to present a musical for our church and community. In the second half of the year, Mirror Image prepares for a mission trip to juvenile detention centers across the United States. In the summer of each year, this group presents the gospel to prisoners using contemporary Christian music accompanied by a live band. Literally thousands of prisoners have come to know Christ as a result of this ministry. At the close of this ministry tour, Mirror Image presents a Homecoming Concert at Barnet Park.
Yesterday's Teens (age 55+)
Yesterday's Teens is a group of senior adults serving the Lord through music. Each spring, this group travels to adult prisons across the country sharing the gospel of Christ with inmates. They have also sung in various retirement centers throughout Spartanburg, and each Christmas, they present a program in our dining hall for the senior centers in our city. Yesterday's Teens frequently leads in worship in Sunday evening services. For more information, email Jim Hembree, our Associate Minister of Music at firstname.lastname@example.org.