Liturgical Praisers


Dance is an expression of worship that uses the body to interpret lyrics of praise and worship in sacred music. This form of worship is a growing expression in churches and cultures throughout the world.

As one of the many components of worship we see in Psalms, dance is especially meditative due to the holistic nature of this form of worship that allows full body movement to symbolize the words of prayerful, as well as praise filled, worship songs.

“Praise the Lord, for His mercy endureth forever!”











We minister during the annual USAC convocation for the mid-day and evening services, as well as at the March Leaders and Workers Meeting. Send Judah First also has a youth component that ministers in each of the Youth Services. Every member of the team serves within their local church, as well as in their district.


However, Send Judah First also has members who serve behind the scenes in administrative and technical positions. One such area is the Visual Song Engineer, who operates the worship presentation software and projects the lyrics of the songs onto the screen. Whether you serve out front on the worship team or behind the scenes in administration or as a VSE, everyone is vitally important to the team and together we are able to minister with excellence.

Because we endeavor to worship God with excellence, we are requesting that all who desire to be participants with Send Judah First fill out the Ministry Recommendation Form. This form allows us to ensure that you are actively involved in your local Church and Jurisdictional music ministries. It also serves to let us know that you are a person of integrity who can be trusted to stand before the people of God and minister unto the Lord. Along with the form, a short typewritten biographical sketch is required, which includes your name, address and contact information. Within this sketch, we are asking that you list length of activity and service within the local Church and Jurisdiction. 

Would you like to be apart of this ministry?