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6 Types Of Choristers In Church


The Dedicated ones: These ones never miss rehearsals. They are always on key and usually lead the ministration every Sunday. They are always backing up the guest pastor. They are not proud. Dedicated male or female choirs are usually the HOT CAKES of the church, everyone wishes to marry them. I believe they would be part of the morning stars when we finally meet Jesus.

The Fashionista: These ones don’t even want to know if they’re singing Sinach or Frank Edwards. They don’t even know the difference between alto and suprano. Their own is to be dropping ideas on whether the Choir should wear purple blazers on indigo trousers. Or the girls should wear pink and blue and be looking like Christmas decoration, while the guys should wear Black suit and white gloves like Ghananian Pallbearers. Trust them to add extra decorations to their black and white.

The Unserious: This type is never early for rehearsals. It is when it’s just three minutes to rehearsals that they would remember to run to the back of the church to apply make up on their face. Or if the Male choirs are wearing black trousers, it is this same unserious brother that will wear blue Palazzo. Trust them to forget wearing their voice before coming to church. If you try to remove them from backup for lack of punctuality, their eyes can burn the microphones if care is not taken.

The Drummer that is never on uniform: This particular one, his matter has ‘taya’ all the choir members and even the G.O. If black trouser and white shirt is the dress code for choirs, boom! they are on agbada and Timberland! If you try to send him home, you’ll bring robot that will beat the drum for you that day.

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That Soprano and Alto singer in perpetual disagreement:

Their job is to always argue on whose voice is more important in a ministration. Leave them to continue arguing and they may carry it to the crusades ground. “How dare she say that sopranos are singing off key…?” “And how can she be saying the altos don’t have vocal range?” My own is that when you people get to heaven, don’t carry all these nonsense argument to our Fathers house.

The Clueless: They always act new in the choir even though they have been in the choir for 7 years. It’s either their mic is not on, or they forget the lyrics on stage and make it obvious that they actually forgot the lyrics. The choir might have agreed to exit the stage via the left side of the podium, but this same clueless people will now pass the middle🤦🏼‍♂.

The Over-sabi: The oversabi gang knows about music more than the music director. Many of them have beautiful voices, but they have pride pro-max. They can even tell you that Victoria Orenze missed her key harmony and then demand for an opportunity to correct her during a Sunday ministration.
“Nathaniel Bassey did not hit that note well” “Eagles flight should have been sung with Q-flat” They never take to correction and would never admit they are wrong. The over sabi gang should not be surprised that when we get to heaven, they would be mere backs up for people like us that sing trouble.

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Sorry I meant Treble.

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