Simone Weil (1909-1943) said, "To be always relevant you have to say things which are eternal."  While avoiding the pitfalls of pragmatism, the modern pursuit of relevance, professionalism, and utilitarianism, Gaudete Ministries provides a passion for holiness and a profound embrace of the supremacy, sufficiency, and unrivaled glory of the LORD Jesus Christ.

Gaudete Mini​stries:  The Beautiful, The Good, The True

Johann Sebastian Bach was the greatest composer who ever lived.  Not long ago, an atheist became a Christian by listening to the music of J.S. Bach.  “If Johann Sebastian Bach’s music exists,” said the atheist, “then God has to exist, for there is no other explanation for the glory of his music.” 

Bach rightly believed that music brings to sound the God-given order of the universe.  He said, “A well-sounding harmony results in the glory of God and the delight of the soul.  The ultimate end or final purpose of all music is nothing other than the praise of God and the recreation of the soul.”  In his diary Bach wrote, “I play the notes that are written, but it is God who makes the music.”

Our outreach concerts present the Beautiful, the Good, and the True through the splendor of sacred, classical music and preaching.  Contact us at to arrange a sacred, classical concert at your church or school.

Gaudete Ministries Goes To Japan

May 23-June 12, 2017

Click Below To Access The Japan Website

Thank you for coming to The Beautiful, The Good, and the true!


Mankind was created to luxuriate in The Beautiful, The Good, and The True.  Our sacred, classical music invites you to experience the splendor of union and communion with God.