We were created to worship our Creator. Singing plays a central role in expressing praise and honor for what God has done for us through Jesus. In our singing–the mastery of vocal technique, the interpretation of musical nuance, the understanding of music theory and history, the opportunity to make music in community–we strive for excellence; excellence, because our Creator is worthy of our best. Join us as we grow as singers and worshipers of our great God!
High School Choirs
The Vocal Music Program at HCHS engages students in a deeper understanding and appreciation of music through the development of the God-given instrument inside each of us: the voice.
The Living Hope Singers Present!
Living Hope Showcase 2022
March 18 & 19 @ 7 pm
Come enjoy an evening of song and dance when the Living Hope Singers present this year’s Showcase, “The Most Excellent ‘80s: A Night of Killer Jams and Moves!” This promises to be a fun evening filled with a variety of music performed by soloists, small ensembles and full choir, featuring some of the most iconic tunes from the ‘80s. In-person and livestream tickets are now on sale, and $1 from every ticket sold will go to the Holland Christian Special Olympics Unified Sports teams!
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”The teachers are outstanding and go above and beyond the call to impact my kids.
”The teachers care about their students: they want to help students develop their strengths and understand that they are made in god's image with specific talents and gifts.
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”No child is just a number. Teachers really know them, understand their strengths and weaknesses, lift them up in prayer, challenge classmates to care about them and for them.