The privilege of serving in the house of the Lord and it has become such a blessing in my life.
Despite having played guitar since I was a teenager, I had never played in church before attending WRBC. Sitting in the pews over the years, I assumed that the people I saw on the platform worshipping and playing must be stronger Christians and certainly better musicians than I am. It was through encouragement and continued grace that WRBC has given me a chance to use my skill and desire to play guitar to worship God. Everyone is always kind enough to thank me on Sunday morning and turn a blind eye (or ear!) to the the missed chords or wrong notes. In reality, it has been a privilege of serving in the house of the Lord and it has become such a blessing in my life. If you are like I was and think that the people serving must somehow be more spiritual, more talented, have more time or whatever other thoughts might be holding you back, I encourage you to step out in faith and serve in some capacity if you aren’t already.
P.S. The church has a fantastic restored vintage Fender Precision bass that is just waiting for someone to pick it up and play on Sunday morning!