Join the Choir!
The Biola Gospel Choir meets every Wednesday 6:00pm in Rood 58 (McNally). Students need not have any choir or singing experience to join – all are welcome to come!
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The focus of the choir is to minister all styles of Gospel Music in an atmosphere that celebrates diversity. This multicultural group continues to be a positive and spiritual influence on campus as well as in the community.
Established in the Fall of 1985, the Biola Gospel Choir (BGC) started as a energetic group of African American students who wanted to praise and worship God through Gospel Music. Now, over twenty-five years later, BGC continues to enjoy and share a rich legacy of music, worship, and community. Read more...
What is Gospel Choir all about? Maybe not what you think.
Here is a tribute to Gospel Choir, written by a self-described "50-year-old white professor" who found himself unexpectedly on the inside. Read more...
Meet the Director: Terry Coon
I have been singing and listening to Gospel Music for as long as I can remember. I grew up at a small church in South Central Los Angeles where all we sang was Gospel Music, because that's all we knew. At the age of 3, my mother recorded me singing "My Soul Has Been Anchored in the Lord." 25 years later, I'm still singing the same song, but now I actually know what it means. Read more...