On Friday, March 8, Redeemer Lutheran Church, hosted the Lutheran High North Concert Choir. Lutheran High School North is a private Christian high school in Houston, Texas. The choir is made up of students from the 9th through the 12th grades.
The single largest Protestant school system in America is managed by the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. There is a total of 1,992 Lutheran schools which includes 86 Lutheran high schools. Lutheran High North is one of ten high schools in Texas and one of three high schools in the Houston metropolitan area.
As a Lutheran high school choir their music focuses on the person and work of Jesus Christ. The concert theme is “Hebrews 13:8 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever.” The choir will present a concert about Jesus as He is praised throughout the liturgical year of the church. The choir will share the Gospel through the gift of music. Musical selections from Advent, Christmas, and so on will show us that Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. The choir looks forward to sharing Christ’s love through music with all in attendance
Jeff Armstrong has been the choral director at Lutheran High North for 5 years. Jeff is a graduate of Concordia University, Irvine, CA, formally known as Christ College Irvine. In addition to directing the choir at Lutheran High North, Jeff is the full time Minister of Music at Our Savior Lutheran Church where he has served for 20 twenty years. His duties include teaching classroom music to pre-School through 6th grade, directing two children’s choirs and presenting a Spring musical each year. His church duties include directing the adult choir, a women’s choir, an adult handbell choir, and playing the organ for worship service each week. Though busy, there is nothing he’d rather do. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife, Debbie, of 34 years and his 6 kids. He is blessed to have 3 of them in his various choirs.