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“The time has come for a revival of public worship as the finest of the fine arts...While
- Andrew W. Blackwood
Aslan's Child is a dynamic worship team that seeks to bring people into the presence of God, sharing their gifts of music. They work towards presenting both new and well known worship songs in a fresh and innovative way. This makes them an ideal choice when looking for a band to lead worship in many different settings.
This dynamic and creative team can bring great energy to youth events, school chapels and church services. Above all, this team desires to honour God and use their skills to glorify Him.
Aslan’s Child works to create a professional and God centered musical worship experience and are able to modify their presentation to fit with the needs of your event or service. They can come prepared to present a complete service or evening event, or they can also perform a selection of special numbers depending on what is needed.
Their program usually includes the following components that can be used to suit your event or service:
“I thought they had a really balanced sound and lots of energy. I also liked the choice of songs. I think everyone in youth enjoyed the energy of the group and the variety of song types. It was awesome!“ - Derek Klassen, Altona EMMC
Click here to book this ensemble.
Director: Nick Mullin
10 College Crescent
Otterburne, Manitoba, Canada, R0A 1G0
Phone: (204) 433-7488 or (800) 668-7768
Fax: (204) 433-7158
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