Worship Ministry

"...speaking to one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs,
singing and making music with your heart to the Lord..."

Ephesians 5:19

Worship THrough Song

The heart of Broadview Worship is to give people an opportunity to experience the presence of God through music in every gathered worship service.

The Bible teaches that worship is more than singing and music. It's a way of life.

We want you to be aware of God's presence in your daily life and see you grow in your walk with Him as you become more like Jesus.
"Come, let us sing for joy to the Lord; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before Him with thanksgiving and extol Him with music and song.”
Psalm 95:1-2

Would You like to Serve?

Worship Team

Broadview Worship Teams are a group of skilled musicians who help facilitate corporate worship in our morning services!

Traditional Service Positions:
Choir, Vocal Team, Piano, Keyboard

Contemporary Service Positions:
Vocal Team, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Drums, Keyboard

Choir Rehearsal 5pm Wednesday
Band Practice 6pm Tuesday

Play an instrument not listed?  
Email us and tell us!

Production Team (AV)

The Production Team provides and operates audio, video, and lighting technology for our events and services.

This position is open to anyone who is interested in teach, av, or even willing to learn that world.

Both by observation and by doing we'll help you learn the key concepts and set you up for success in the media booth.

If you're interested in serving contact Taylor Miller for more information.


1.) Do I have to sing/play in all three services?

No.  The Traditional Service Team leads in just the 8:15am service, and the Contemporary Service Team at 10:45. These two groups have separate rehearsals and song sets.  
2.) What does the audition process look like?
During your audition, you’ll be asked to sing/play. After your audition, you should receive a personal evaluation letter in the mail within a few weeks.  Next step instructions will be given in that letter.
3.) Do I have to serve every week?
We think it’s important to have a church service where you can just attend and receive instead of serving all the time. That’s why we make rotations mandatory.  You’ll have the opportunity to set a rotation that is right for you and your schedule.