The CollECtive Choir will be visiting our brothers and sisters at Peace Church, presenting at several times that day, from 7:30a to Noon.
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The CollECtive Choiris a diverse collection of people who are using soulful Gospel and hip hop music to proclaim the life changing love of Jesus Christ and pull people from all parts of Eau Claire into deeper community. The music is original and covered urban gospel music, as well as arrangements of well known praise and inspirational tunes redone in a gospel style.
Together we lift up a new standard in praise to our Creator God, and his anointed one, Jesus, in the public spaces and wherever people would invite us. We recognize our society's immediate need for genuine community and building relational bridges to people who are different than ourselves. As we come together we seek to display the One-ness of the Church in Christ Jesus, and offer people in the Chippewa Valley a place to belong without needing to 'put on a face'. We serve as a stepping stone into spiritual community for people who haven't experienced the Church, or who have been wounded by the Church.
We are a performing and recording ensemble and prepare to bring excellent and exuberant music to Eau Claire and the surrounding region.
To see our Vision, Values and information about us, click here
The choir is under the direction of Michael Rambo.
In the Winter months, along with year around inclement weather periods, the CollECtive Choir meets at the Lighthouse Youth Center at 310 East Madison Street in Eau Claire for rehearsals (Our Headquarters).
During the Spring, Summer and Fall months when the weather is nice out, the CollECtive Choir will meet at Phoenix Park in Eau Claire for rehearsals.
Regardless of location, our rehearsals are every Monday night from 6-7:30pm.
To know which location is being used, just drive by the Lighthouse on Monday evening. If you see our ‘sail’ flag there, the rehearsal will be be there. If the ‘sail’ flag is missing, we will meet at Phoenix park. Just look for us and our ‘sail’ flag.