In the city of Memphis and throughout the country, Lindenwood Christian Church has a tremendous reputation for consistent excellence in Music Ministry! You are invited to celebrate some of the most powerful worship experiences of your life -- join the Music Ministries of Lindenwood, make music and worship the Lord!

The Music Ministries of Lindenwood include choirs, concerts and educational programs for young children to mature adults - truly something for everyone! High standards are the norm as we believe God deservces our best praise!

Our services at Lindenwood offers a wide musical variety - Bach to bongos, electric guitar to organ, orchestra, to a cappella across genres. Frequent guest instrumentalists and ensembles including Ryan Anthony and Stan Head with Mid-South Percussion as well as visiting international artists are often a part of worship. Good Friday and Easter Sunday Services are often supplemented by symphony orchestra.

W.O.W. Worship

The Wide Open Worship (W.O.W.) service at 9:45am on Sundays has a reputation as the best in the Memphis area. The worship service is led by Ryan Twisdale and the Wing and a Prayer Praise Team.

Golightly Memorial Pipe Organ

The Golightly Memorial Pipe Organ is heralded as one of the finest organs in the country and can be heard in our Sanctuary worship each Sunday at 11:00 am.

Chancel Choir

The Chancel Choir sings weekly for the 11:00 am Sanctuary Service. Each 3rd Sunday of the month is led by the children and youth: The Jr. King's Choir, The King's Choir and Laudate!

Upcoming Events



MARCH 31 - 4:00pm

Pianist Mark Ensley and Pianist-Organist Chris Nemec perform music for various keyboards - 4-hands, one piano; solo piano; solo organ; and piano-organ. Featured will be classical favorites by Rachmaninoff, hymns, a "little" Rhapsody in Blue, opera, and tone poems for the organ.

Joining the duo will be the Lindenwood Chancel Choir and Soloists, as they sing two songs from the Great American Songbook: "Whistle a Happy Tune" and "All the Things You Are", as well as The Humming Chorus from Puccini's Madame Butterfly.

This is a free, non-ticketed concert.



GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 19 - 5:30pm

The Seven Last Words of Jesus from the Cross is commemorated by seven guest clergy providing meditations on those seven words. Following each meditation, the Lindenwood Chancel Choir, Chamber Orchestra, Soloists, and Organist-Conductor Chris Nemec provide a musical excerpt appropriate to the word, including music by Mozart, Corelli, Dubois, Poulenc, and others.

Our guest clergy

The Rev. Dr. Stephen Montgomery - Idlewild Presbyterian

The Rev. Dr. Ryan Starr - Kingsway Christian

G. Scott Morris, MD, M. Div. - Church Health

Rev. Sonia Louden Walker - First Congregational

Msgr. Valentine N. Handwerker - St. Patrick Catholic

The Rev. Dr. Courtney Pace - Memphis Theological Seminary

Rev. Karren Todd - Lindenwood Christian

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The Memphis Repertory Orchestra

MAY 10 - 8:00pm

The Memphis Repertory Orchestra, conductor-artistic director William R. Langley and organ soloist Chris Nemec present Symphony No. 3 (The Organ Symphony) by Camille Saint-Saëns, as well as other orchestral favorites in another collaboration between the MRO and Music at Lindenwood. 

This is a free, non-ticketed concert.