Campion's select choir, Koinonia, sang with Steve Green at the Adventure Church last Sunday evening, joining a ministry that emphasizes Jesus and His grace through music.
"It's an experience I'll never forget," said senior Gabrielle Williams, who sang with Green at her home church. "He is such an amazing musician and inspires me as a singer. He does what he loves, and you can tell."
Senior Madi Uhrik also noted how Green uses music as a ministry. "I hadn't really seen famous people use music as a ministry before. I've seen other Christian artists market their music--but not call it a ministry. I really enjoyed the worship experience."
Melissa Clouzet, our choral director, explained how Campion's music groups are a ministry in several ways. Koinonia is Greek for 'fellowship,' and that is indeed what happens when groups create bonds because of the music they're creating together. Music also creates fellowship through shared worship, something Koinonia does as the touring group. Campion's groups visit about 10-12 schools and church services each year. "It's a form of service," said Melissa, "You work hard to create the music, and you're serving people's spiritual needs through the message in the music."
All groups will be performing for church or Hymn Fest at Alumni Weekend, September 25-26. Koinonia and orchestra will be touring October 2-3 to Denver South Hispanic SDA church and Fort Morgan SDA church.