Worship & Arts

"Oh, magnify the Lord with me,
    and let us exalt his name together!"

Psalm 34:3

The Psalms admonish us to "Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise in the assembly of the godly!" (Psalm 149:1b) and "Raise a song; sound the tambourine, the sweet lyre with the harp."  (Psalm 81:2) At Princeton Church, we believe that the arts are God-given mediums to glorify God, giving physical sight and sound to our spiritual Communion. We value Biblical, authentic expressions of praise with uncompromising excellence and an emphasis on congregational worship. Our styles are diverse because The Body of Christ is diverse, but we are united in the Truth of The Gospel of Jesus Christ.


The Choir is an integral part of the musical worship here at Princeton Church. The Choir sings weekly in Sunday Morning Worship Services and at Special Events throughout the year. Choir Rehearsal is at 6:00 pm on Sunday evenings, and there is no audition required! The Choir is open to anyone ages 14 and up.


From Miriam's Tamborine, to David's Harp, to the Trumpets at the dedication of The Temple, instrumental worship has been an important part of the life and worship of God's people from Genesis onward. Like the Choir, the Band plays weekly in Sunday Morning Worship Services, and rehearses on Wednesday nights in the Worship Center!

Tech Team

The Tech Team plays a critical role in helping the congregation engage in worship together. The Tech Team is comprised of three areas:
  • The Media Team oversees media and lyric projection as well as lighting.
  • The Livestream Team manages Livestream video and audio production.
  • The Sound Team works to craft an engaging sound environment.