The Brazos Chamber Orchestra will perform their Christmas concert on Thursday, December 19th at 7:30 pm. Come and enjoy an evening with friends and family as the 50 piece orchestra brings big city music to Field Street.
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The greatest need for worship leaders is good, solid discipleship. In order for us to be useful vessels of Jesus Christ, we must be abiding in Christ. Most of the verses in this list center around being a disciple of Christ. The final scripture in this list is an important pattern for Biblical worship.
One of my favorite worship leaders of all time is Joni Eareckson Tada. In today’s blog entry, you will learn about her life and ministry.
I take a great deal of joyful responsibility in what we teach our church in the area of music and worship. Our pastor often jokes, that church attendees often forget what was preached on by the time they get to the parking lot to leave. I believe it is human nature to forget. That’s why it is so important to attend church on a regular basis. We all forget! We forget who God is, we forget what was accomplished at Calvary, and we forget that we are called to be God’s Ambassadors.
The Field Street Student Podcast sat down with our music minister, Billy Woods, in an effort to hear his heart for worship in the local church AND chat about a special opportunity available to you!
What if you had the “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity of singing in one of the premier venues in the United States, the […]
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Field Street Student Choir
The Field Street Student Choir (grades 7th – 12th) unites teenage singers from Cleburne neighborhoods and surrounding communities. Current singers […]
At Field Street Baptist Church, our chief goal and objective are to glorify God (Rev. 5:13; Rev. 19:7) and to […]
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