All God’s critters got a place in the choir.


Our ward choir during this morning’s practice session
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Our ward choir began its preparations for Christmas today.


One of the many good things about participation in church is the opportunity to sing.  As a congregation and, if you’re inclined, in a choir.


Most people, I’m guessing, don’t have much chance to sing unless they attend religious services.  In church, though, we sing every week.  Quite a bit.


And that’s a good thing.  One of life’s pleasures.



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  • JL

    I can’t sing worth a hoot, but I love the hymns, and I do my best to not screech off-key too loud. Thankfully, no one has ever embarrassed me by making mention of it at church.

  • RaymondSwenson

    Over the years, I have had the opportunity to perform in the chorus of Handel’s Messiah with three LDS-sponsored choirs, one in Omaha, one in Oakland, and one here in eastern Washington. I love playing the choruses to illustrate Sunday School lessons about the passages in the Old and New Testaments that he set to music. I think it is a testament to the source of the inspiration that one of those passages is from Malachi, about the sons of Levi making an offering in righteousness in the temple. I wonder if Joseph Smith ever got to hear that chorus before he penned D&C 128.