It struck me Sunday morning as I was singing in Wedgwood's choir that the two choirs I have been a part of this year could not be more different. The University of Aberdeen King's College Chapel choir is a small, audition only choir. It is very formal, wearing robes, using music, and singing only classical music with organ accompaniment. It was fun to sing with them, but Sunday mornings at chapel were really dull, and the hymns we sang were never upbeat and rarely Christ-centered. I never felt an atmosphere of worship there, and the choir certainly did not lead the congregation in worship. We sat at the back of the chapel, behind the congregation, and only led in music, not worship. As a matter of fact, most of the time the choir was bigger than the congregation.
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