Choir Practice began as a crude reworking of CHRCH’s interior. The old, small, decommissioned Dutch Reform church was recast with velvet paintings, black lights, tons of cardboard, and all matter of recycled kitsch culture paraphernalia. It emerged as a space more akin to a Las Vegas wedding chapel, a mini golf course at night, or maybe a very hip mortuary home from the early eighties.
Invitations were made for people to perform skits, create eerie music, preach, and prey in this newly transformed environment. Sermons about drunk elves, saw choirs, Islamic calls to prayer, and pipe organ jam sessions rang out in this new improvisational ministry.
When you enter the space, just remember; “You’re traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind, a journey into a wondrous realm whose boundaries are that of the imagination.”
Join Wayne for choir practice.