At Cheraw First Baptist, worship is at the core of what we do.  

We serve a creative God, and because of that we believe we should worship Him creatively. 

Our 10am Sunday morning worship services features inspiring contemporary music as well as classic hymns of the faith

with our Praise Team and Worship Choir.  

Through music of many styles and types, it is the mission of the music and worship ministry

to encourage the saints and share good news with the lost as we worship God in His glorious majesty. 

We would love to have you plug in to our music and worship ministry.   Below are some of the ways you can get connected. 

Praise Team

Our praise team is comprised of rhythm instruments (guitars, drums, keyboards, etc.) 

and lead vocalists who serve as the primary worship "prompters" to our congregation each Sunday morning.  

The Praise Team rehearses weekly on Thursdays at 6pm and on Sunday mornings prior to Sunday School.  

The Praise Team leads congregational worship on Sunday, and also prepares special contemporary pieces

for worship services and seasonal programs as well.  

Worship choir

A classic and storied musical organization from the history of Cheraw First Baptist, the worship choir is a traditional choral group

that provides encouragement to the saints gathered on Sunday through the singing of stylistically diverse anthems and other special music. Worship Choir meets most Sunday afternoons at 4:30pm in the choir room and shares musical offerings regularly in our worship services.  There are no membership requirements for this group except a love of the Lord and a desire to praise Him through music and singing.  

Kid City choir & ringers

The Kid City Choir and Ringers is part of our "Prime Time" children's program

which meets on Sunday nights at 5:30pm during the school year,

This music program is open to kids aged 3-grade 5 and focuses on singing, instrument playing, and movement/sign language.  

Handbell Choir

Meeting seasonally on Sunday afternoons, this adult group under the direction of Rev. Dick Young uses the uniquely beautiful and resonant sound of handbells to prepare instrumental pieces used in our worship services and other seasonal gatherings.