Music is an important part of the life of Hope Chapel. We are blessed to have a large community of musicians call our church home, and many of them serve regularly in worship on Sundays. We incorporate a variety of texts and tunes from across cultures and times in our services, recognizing that we are one piece in the larger picture of God’s work in the world. We also incorporate original music, and seek to celebrate the musical culture that is uniquely Greensboro.
If you come to a worship service at Hope Chapel, you may be surprised to hear some old sounding texts set to modern sounding music. We’re passionate about making hymns more accessible by setting them to new music. We’ve recorded two EPs of these songs, and hope to continue.
If you are a musician or sound technician and are interested in getting involved with our worship ministry, please contact our director of worship arts, Michael Van Patter.
Psalm 3 (My Morning Song)
Kendra Adachi adapted this text from an Isaac Watts hymn written in 1744 and put it to new music. This is the first of eight songs we will be releasing in fall 2019.
Engineered and Mixed by Dan Reppert.