Mississippi Singing Churchmen
SPRING TOUR 2018
- Monday, April 16th
- EVENING, Ellistown Baptist Church, Blue Springs, MS (North of Tupelo)
- 1:00 Rehearsal/5:30 Supper/7:00 Worship
- Tuesday, April 17th
- NOON, FBC, Columbus, MS
- Noon Worship/Lunch Afterwards
- EVENING, Trinity Baptist Church, Philadelphia, MS
- 5:15 Supper/6:30 Worship
Fall Tour 2018
- Monday, Sept. 10th
- Salem Heights Baptist Church, Laurel MS (Evening)
- Tuesday, Sept. 11th
- Tylertown Baptist Church, Tylertown MS (Noon)
- FBC Waynesboro, Waynesboro MS (Evening)
The Mississippi Singing Churchmen is a men’s choir, comprised of ministers of music from Baptist churches in Mississippi. The Churchmen began in 1965 under the leadership of the late Dan Hall, director of the Church Music Department for Mississippi Baptists (1964-1986). In 1971 the Churchmen elected officers and organized their operations for outreach, missions, and ministry. Dr. Milfred Valentine has been directing the Churchmen since 1982.
The Mississippi Singing Churchmen have been praising God and sharing their witness since their inception. They have sung their testimony throughout Mississippi and in mission trips around the United States and the world. Stateside mission trips include Illinois, Colorado, Maryland, Delaware and Washington DC. Their overseas missions have taken them to Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Spain, France, Germany, Argentina, Uruguay, Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Peru and Chile. They are committed to “Sharing the Song of Jesus” wherever they have opportunity.
Purposes of the Churchmen
Sing praises to God and proclaim the gospel in Jesus’ name.
Provide opportunity for Christian fellowship and inspiration.
Encourage and support fellow church musicians, church music students, and music faculty members in private or public educational institutions.
Support the total music ministry of Mississippi Baptists and the Southern Baptist Convention.
The membership is open to all men, paid and unpaid, who are responsible for leading the music program of their churches, college music faculty members, denominational music workers, and others who lend professional assistance to the cause of church music.