Bryce is our capable Director of Music, leading a traditional first service worship with our choir and a contemporary second service praise team.
When Bryce started guitar lessons in 5th grade, he soon joined his church's worship team —it provided the spark to what would evolve into one of his greatest passions, music in worship. Bryce continued his musical journey through high school, where he began to lead contemporary praise music. He went on to receive a vocal scholarship to California Baptist University, where he studied voice under LA Opera Chorus/Masters Chorale veteran Dr. John Reinebach, and earned his Bachelor of Music Education. Alongside teaching private voice and guitar, Bryce is currently continuing graduate studies at California State University, Fullerton where he is completing his Single Subject Teaching Credential in vocal music.
Bryce's biggest focus is bringing authentic expressions of worship through music to the people of SOJ church. His heart is that the Lord may use the music to touch, encourage, and enlighten God's people and that the worship may be a very real and personal outlet for praising God.
When Bryce is not performing, teaching, or leading music he is most likely on his mountain bike. Bryce and his Wife Britany live in Mission Viejo, CA, and love to spend time at the 2nd happiest (the 1st place being SOJ Church) place on earth, Disneyland! Stop on in at the the second service at 9:45 and say hi!
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Spirit of Joy is blessed with a dedicated cadre of children and youth ministers.
In his retirement, Al Rogers exploits his years of technical experience to support the mission of Spirit of Joy. If you have any questions concerning these areas, Al's the one to contact:
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Men's Bible Study: email@example.com
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“But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to redeem those under the law, that we might receive adoption to sonship.”