The purpose of the worship ministry at Battlefield Parkway Church of the Nazarene is to use music and the creative arts to honor Christ and lead others to experience His presence. We strive to be good stewards of the presence of Christ by acknowledging His greatness in who He is and His goodness in all He does.
In our services, we blend a variety of music including traditional hymns, contemporary Christian, southern gospel and praise and worship songs. No matter the style, our goal is to give Christ the adoration and praise He is due.
There’s a place for people of all ages to participate in the worship ministry. We lead the congregation each week with a praise team and praise band and on occasion we feature an adult ensemble, orchestra, children’s choir, youth ensemble, women’s ensemble, and southern gospel quartet.
For more information regarding the worship ministries at BPCN, contact:
Rhonda Frye (Worship Leader) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Although Rhonda Frye was raised by a Christian family and received a Christian education at Tennessee Temple Academy and by attending Liberty University, she didn’t receive Christ as her personal Savior until adulthood. After Rhonda surrendered her life to the Lord, God called her into ministry. She answered with a resounding, “Yes.”
In 2007, Rhonda’s calling led her to serve as a worship leader in a local church setting, and doors also opened for her to serve on a broader platform by means of songwriting, recording and releasing Christian music. By 2009, opportunities in the area of Christian writing and media emerged. Rhonda served as an editor of a Christian music magazine and had articles published in several national publications. However, In January 2015, Rhonda was offered the assignment of her dreams and prayers—Battlefield Parkway! She currently serves as the Worship Leader, the Director of Weekday Ministries and assists Pastor Joe Brown with pastoral responsibilities. Worship is the heart-beat of it all!
Rhonda is a student at Nazarene Bible College, holds a local minister’s license and is working toward ordination in the Church of the Nazarene. Rhonda and her husband, Eric, celebrate twenty-nine years of marriage, adore their three grown children, spoil two beautiful granddaughters, and chase Beau Biscuit, their goldendoodle. God is good.