OBU’s traveling worship band David’s Creed will lead worship at First Baptist Church of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Sunday morning, April 10. The group will lead worship that morning in both the blended service at 9:15 a.m. and the modern service at 10:30 a.m.
The service is free and all members of the community are invited. The church is located at 100 West Albany in Broken Arrow, on the northeast corner of 61st and Elm. For directions and more information about the church, visit www.fbcba.org.
The band will lead with popular songs and hymn-renditions alike, such as, “Soul on Fire,” “This is Amazing Grace,” “Revelation Song,” “Oceans,” and “Power in the Blood.”
David’s Creed, the nine-member band, along with director Justin Pierce, assistant professor in instrumental music at OBU, travels during the academic year to lead worship in churches across Oklahoma and surrounding states. The band integrates contemporary music and traditional hymns, allowing the group to minister to diverse congregations. The auditioned ensemble was started by the OBU Division of Music in spring 2007. Its primary purpose is to connect OBU with the churches in Oklahoma and the surrounding region by serving those churches in worship through music, testimony and God’s Word.
The current members of the band include Colton Seamans, ’18 (guitar, vocals); Iveth Luna, ’16 (vocals); Megan Mattke, ’16 (keyboard/vocals); Demarcus Baysmore, ’19 (electric guitar); Victoria Thrutchley, ’16 (violin); Alexander Holland, ’17 (drums); Trevor Schlosser, ’18 (bass); and Emmalee Ewbank, ’19 (guitar, vocals).