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MTVstudents BAND TRYOUTS

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MTVstudents BAND TRYOUTS

We are so excited about band try outs! We wanted to share the songs with you so that you can prepare. This will be a time for anyone interest in serving on our worship team. The band try outs will take place in the worship center.  

 

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Chords

This is Amazing Grace Chords

God Is Able Chords 

 

Songs

Here are the song links where you can listen to them. Please note that these are just for hearing purposes because they arranged in different keys. This will help you be more familiar with the songs. 

This Is Amazing Love - https://open.spotify.com/track/5C64H6dEsQ15bS9gp0D3Xr

God Is Able - https://open.spotify.com/track/0nEjnq2b3BDztDuON73I2j

 

FAQ

What if I can not make the date that is scheduled ?

To schedule another time please contact our Worship Pastor. 

 

Will there be anymore songs that I will need to know for try outs ?

No

 

When will I find out if I made the band ?

We will contact you two weeks after tryouts by email or mail. 

 

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Rising 6th Graders

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Rising 6th Graders

Hey Sixth Graders, Parents & Guardians, 

We are so excited about welcoming you to the Middle School ministry at MTVchurch! Transitions can always be difficult, but we want to help make yours as smooth as possible.

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MFUGE 2017 PARENT INFO

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MFUGE 2017 PARENT INFO

We wanted to share the parent packet for camp. This packet is stuffed with a parent devo, what to bring, facility info and much more. We will be loading up next Monday at 5:15am behind the church near the basement entrance. 

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Parent Cue April 2017

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Parent Cue April 2017

Think About This

You may have a toddler right now who won’t leave your side. You know the kind. The kid who’s glued to your leg, velcroed to your arm, who keeps wanting you to read the same story again, and again, and again. It’s driving you nuts some days, isn’t it? It’s hard to believe, but one day, they’re going to withdraw. Ask any parent who has middle schoolers. Or teenagers. It happens...they withdraw.

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