COLUMBIA — The sounds of an acoustic guitar helped Jane Anne Gideon sing praises at Trinity Presbyterian as a college student in the 1970s when the use of contemporary music was coming into vogue at more modern worship services. Today, she dons a choir robe and sings alto during First Presbyterian's traditional service. No matter the style of worship, music has always been an important part of her spiritual life.
Columbia churches create more expressive services for members
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