JUTN chapel leaders are looking for more students to serve musically and help lead worship during chapel services. Anyone interested in participating can audition, by video, year round.

“We’re open to anything but the main instruments (needed) are acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar, piano or keys, drums, vocals,” said Alison Tomamichel, chapel production teaching assistant.
Worship leaders email participants several weeks in advance and ask if they would like to participate on a certain day. They can then accept or decline the invitation. Students are encouraged to participate as much as possible, however, they will not typically be asked to serve two weeks in a row.
“It’s an awesome experience too, to play in chapel, and it’s a lot of fun getting to play with the band and hang out with them. It’s a lot of fun, serving the Lord.
Students will need to be available for more than just the chapel service in which they participate.
“There’s a practice, of some sort, before the Monday’s sound check, and then Monday you have to go to sound check, which is from 12:30 to about 2:30 usually,” Tomamichel said. “You have to get to chapel, on the days that you play, at 7:45.”
Anyone interested in learning more can email chapelleadership@johnsonu.edu or Alison.tomamichel@johnsonu.edu. Audition videos can be emailed to chapelleadership@johnsonu.edu.

Posted by Jenna Stahlman

Jenna Stahlman is Editor-in-Chief of the Royal Scribe. She is studying mass communications at Johnson University. Although she was born and raised in Northwestern Pennsylvania, her heart is in Tennessee. She enjoys spending time with her horse, hiking, photography, and fishing.

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