NJ Church Assembles “Virtual Choir” For Christmas Eve Services

MORRISTOWN — Liquid Church of New Jersey is inviting individuals from around the world to participate via webcams and YouTube in the first ever Christmas Virtual Choir for Christmas Eve services. The church will leverage technology to synchronize individual singers from around the world into a unified choir rendition of Silent Night.

“We’re creating a unique experience for singers across the globe to come together as one voice this Christmas,” said Lead Pastor Tim Lucas.

Singers are given access to sheet music, music tracks and a video-recorded conductor so that anyone can record and upload their singing part to YouTube. Liquid Church’s media team will then assemble a composite video production that integrates all of the individual singers into one large-scale synchronized video rendering for the Christmas Virtual Choir event.

Participation in the Christmas Virtual Choir is open to everyone around the globe, not just the 2,000 weekly attendees in New Jersey, and thousands more who routinely visit Liquid’s website and Church Online campus.

The deadline for those who want to participate in the choir is December 15th.

Instructions are available at www.lqd.ch/xmasvideo

The Christmas Virtual Choir’s performance will held at six live Christmas Eve services in New Jersey on December 24th held by Liquid Church. Free event tickets are available at www.liquidchurch.com

Liquid Church, founded in 2001 by Lucas, welcomes people from all backgrounds regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. With campuses in Morristown, New Brunswick, and Nutley, over 2,000 people experience Liquid’s worship services every weekend in New Jersey and around the globe through its Church Online. The church exists to lead the current generation into a life-giving relationship with Jesus Christ. As a part of its global outreach Liquid provides clean drinking water to the poorest of the poor with dozens of completed projects in Ethiopia, Central African Republic, Haiti and El Salvador.

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