My name is Chris Owenby, owner, and founder of the Resourceful Church Musician (RCM).
I’ve led music ministries and congregations in passionate worship for years.
And I want to bring all of the experience and things I’ve learned to this online platform and help church musicians like you in the important work you’re doing.
Music ministry is exciting and fulfilling!
We share in the wonderful responsibility of teaching and leading people in learning what it means to worship.
Yes, music ministry is wonderful, but it’s also tough.
(Am I allowed to say this??)
You’re allowed to say anything here in the RCM Community!
This community is for people like you:
Passionate people who love the Lord, love music, and love leading people in exuberant worship!
What sorts of things would help you in your music ministry?
Are you looking for sheet music? Vocal exercises? Tips and tricks for building and sustaining a healthy youth chorus? Would other items be helpful?
Do you prefer written articles, videos, or audio?
I want to hear from you, friend!
I’m in the business of helping church musicians like you in the super important work that you’re doing.
Please fill out this simple survey and let me know how I can best serve you in your ministry.
I look forward to getting to know you!
And please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have a question or need some advice.
We’re in this together, and I’m only a quick e-mail away : )
More information about Chris:
Chris Owenby has served several churches in the Atlanta area as director of adult choruses, children’s and youth choruses, music ensembles and praise teams and has taught music theory, composition and voice at The Master’s Academy and The Harmony House.
Chris holds a Master of Music from Georgia State University and a Bachelor of Music from LaGrange College.
Mr. Owenby is not only a conductor, but also a celebrated composer of choral music with published works including Could It Be (Emerson Music), O Magnum Mysterium, Our True Savior, and Supernova (Imagine Music Publishing).
His compositions have been performed by many groups including The Georgia Festival Chorus, Goliard Ensemble, Northwestern College Choir, DeKalb Choral Guild, and members of the Columbus, LaGrange, and Atlanta Symphony Orchestras.
His music has received recognition and awards from the College Music Society (2010, 2011, and 2012 Southern Regional), Vox Reflexa’s New Millenium Composer’s Forum CD Project, and the DeKalb Choral Guild’s 2009 Young Composer’s Competition.
He recently completed The Song and the Story, a digital album of six of the most beloved hymns recorded by professional Atlanta-based musicians and vocal artists.
Chris lives in Acworth with his wife Erin, and two children, Abby and Emma. They enjoy spending time together at the park and making crafts around the kitchen table.