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"Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise;
give thanks to Him and praise His name"
Psalm 100:4

The Music Ministry is an integral part of White Bluff Chapel, enhancing weekly worship services and serving as an outreach to the community.  The Music Ministry includes:

  • Choir Presentations

  • Solos and Ensembles

  • Instrumentalists including piano, organ, handbells and occasional saxophone and guitars

  • Hosting seasonal community services and local school musical presentations

  • Seasonal musical outreach to nursing home, assisted living and homebound residents.

Feel free to contact the church office for more information.

The Beautiful Music at Christmas time

White Bluff Chapel was blessed to have numerous inspiring musicians sharing their talents with us during the Christmas season.  Every Sunday was filled with beautiful choral and instrumental music that helped all worship our Savior and the celebration of His birth.  The angelic voices of the choir, soloists and gifted musicians who played bells, violins, saxophones, guitars, the piano and the organ were gifts to each congregant as they worshiped each week.


Christmas Gathering

Several White Bluff Chapel families opened their home for an assigned group to begin the evening with socializing, and of course eating.  After an hour and a half, everyone met back at the Chapel in the Sanctuary.  Dwayne Redding led some favorite Christmas carols and Esther filled the sanctuary with her beautiful saxophone music.  Afterwards, they gathered in the Fellowship Hall for an amazing array of desserts.

Choir Christmas Party and Caroling

It was a night filled with singing, eating, some more singing, some more eating and lots of laughter as the choir gathered for their annual Christmas Caroling party. Several groups of carolers went to chapel friends’ homes to spread Christmas cheer both within White Bluff and even into Whitney. The folks at CCRC had an extra bonus of singing as Betty Newman accompanied them on the piano to the delight of the residents. After caroling, the choir finished the evening with sweet treats and a fun game of “Christmas Oodles of Doodles”!


Whitney High School Jazz Band Christmas Concert

What a treat!! The WHS Jazz Band, under the direction of Mr. Wilson, played several toe tapping, fun Christmas songs.  After the concert, everyone met in the Fellowship Hall to mingle and enjoy punch and desserts.

Choir Kickoff

Choir Kickoff 2023 was a huge success. There were over 40 choir members present with 5 new prospects in attendance. After a desert fellowship and a “get to know you” game, the choir had a short rehearsal looking ahead to music for the fall. Are you interested in joining the choir or being a part of the WBC Worship Ministry? Please reach out to Aaron today!


Choir Party

The choir met in the home of Joyce and Steve Triplett to enjoy an evening of food, fellowship and a game.  There were 33 attendees which created eight tables of four to play “Crazy Bridge”.  After each hand, the lucky winners of the hand left their table to mingle with another group. This continued until they had an opportunity to play at each of the eight tables.

What is a party without food?  They enjoyed sweet and savory snacks which were served in the kitchen and patio throughout the evening. 

The Lake Whitney Ministerial Alliance

The Lake Whitney Ministerial Alliance Community Christmas Worship Service was held at the First Baptist Church, Whitney on Sunday, December 12th. The White Bluff Choir sang as well as choirs and soloists from churches in the area.  The Whitney High School choir joined us as we worshiped together.  Approximately 250 from the Whitney Community enjoyed the service as we sang, worshiped and then had desserts afterwards.


Community Christmas Tree Lighting

The White Bluff Chapel Choir was delighted to lead the singing at the Community Christmas Tree Lighting.  A parade, singing, lighting of the tree and a visit from Santa made for a fun and festive evening.


Saying, “Good Job” to Tom

Recently, Tom Reedy, announced that he would be retiring on August 8th as Music Director, transitioning from his role as Director to choir member.  After eighteen years of service to White Bluff Chapel, many wanted to say “thank you” for Tom’s years of service.  On Thursday, August 5th, members of the choir enjoyed a wonderful potluck dinner and “roast” for Tom.  To honor both Tom and JoAnn, many choir members shared “tomisims” collected from fun, intense, and sometimes arduous rehearsals over the years. Stories and anecdotes were assembled in a presentation that filled the room with fond memories and hearty laughs. Perhaps the one descriptive phrase for the evening was “Good Sport.” Tom took it with a grain of salt as his choir reflected on his selfless dedication and inspiring leadership.   Welcome to the choir, Tom!

Other celebrations for Tom included a reception between our two Worship Services on Sunday, August 8th and a celebratory dinner on Wednesday evening, August 11th.  The dinner was followed by a program honoring Tom’s dedication.  If you missed it, or would like to see it again, you can access it on our website under “Worship Services.”


​​July 4th Celebration

White Bluff Chapel had an exceptional July 4th Worship Service.  We celebrated our nation’s freedom as well as the spiritual freedom we have in Christ.  The Ring of Praise handbells began our service with “America the Beautiful”.  Trumpets, played by Dwane Redding and Brad Lundberg, added a special effect to hymns and to the anthem, Battle Hymn of the Republic.


WB Chapel Proud of Our Ring of Praise

Within the past three years, Lois Partridge and Lynette Moore have taken on the challenging task of organizing, teaching and directing White Bluff Chapel’s new Handbell Choir. Eleven dedicated ringers, known as “The Ring of Praise,” and affectionately known as “The Ding-a-Lings,” work together to play a single instrument under the capable baton of one of the two directors. The handbells or handchimes are similar to a piano keyboard. There is one bell for every note, including the black notes (sharps and flats). It takes every one of the eleven players to “ring a song to life.” 


Ringing handbells is a delight for this group as well as for the congregation. Lifting the sonorous bells up to God as our gift in worship is a visual praise as well as an audible one! 

Members of the congregation who would like to become a part of this group should contact one of the directors.

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Christmas Caroling

During the Christmas season, 30 members of the Chapel choir went caroling with stops at 21 homes as well as Town Hall Estates and CCRC.  The caroling provided an opportunity to share Christmas joy and was much appreciated by those hearing “Good Tidings of Great Joy!” 

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