Praise In Motion Dance Ministry

Mission Statement: To demonstrate the majesty, power, splendor and wonder of the Scriptures through movement. Through this we encourage the believer in his relationship with the Lord and draw the unbeliever to Him. We begin by encouraging ourselves in our love for God and each other.

  • The Dance Ministry members do not come to church to “perform,” but are in service to Worship. We should lead people into Worship.
  • The words of our songs must be Biblically sound.
  • Our Dance should bring liberation to the people of God and to ourselves.
  • Our Dance garments and movements should be representative of the God we serve and testify to His greatness. Our costuming must be modest and appropriate, and must not detract from the objective of drawing the people into the worship of our God. We realize that within the body of Christ there are people of different personal tastes and different levels of spiritual maturity. We willingly submit to the authority of our church elders and seek their guidance and approval in these matters. We strive to minister in such as way that would be acceptable to God and would enhance the spiritual experience of the worshippers.

“Let them praise His name with dancing.” Psalm 149:3

Praise In Motion Dance Ministry has become an integral part of the worship experience here at Montco Bible Fellowship. Under the ministry leadership of Rochelle Grady and the pastoral oversight of Pastor Sam Butler, Praise In Motion is devoted to proclaiming the joy that comes through having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ through the vehicles of expressive movement, color, and synchronicity.

Our desire is to make His praise glorious by displaying God’s strength, power, and love through the art form of dance. We spend hours and hours in fellowship, devotion and rehearsal, refining our craft and learning to minister with excellence and anointing. It’s wonderful to see this powerful tool being reclaimed by the Body of Christ for use in worshipping God.


Montco Bible Fellowship 2013