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Praise and Worship Competition - 2011
The Musick Praise Team Wins Mountaire’s Annual Delmarva Praise & Worship Competition
The ultra-talented group from the Philadelphia Pentecostal Apostolic Church in Ellendale, DE, emerged from the eight team field as this year’s winner.
An inspired effort by the praise team Musick was the stand out performance at this past Saturday’s Delmarva Praise & Worship Competition held at Epworth United Methodist Church in Rehoboth Beach, DE. A cold and rainy day couldn’t hold down the spirit of the hundreds in attendance, as all who braved the less than ideal conditions enjoyed eight hours of spiritual music competition.
From 10am to 4pm, eight praise and worship teams from all across the Delmarva Peninsula competed for $6,500 in prize money, all showcasing a broad spectrum musical style and technique. In the end, the soaring vocals and rhythmic performance of the 10 member praise team from Philadelphia Pentecostal Apostolic Church entitled Musick, took home the top prize of $3,000. The Milford Church of God Praise Band took 2nd place, earning a $2,000 prize, and the Tabernacle Full Gospel Baptist Cathedral Praise Team from Wilmington, DE took home $1,000 for 3rd place. The competition for the top three spots was so tight that event organizer Mountaire Farms, along with the 3-person judging panel deemed adding a 4th place position was necessary. This additional spot was earned by the Cannon Mennonite Worship Team from Bridgeville, DE, who took home $500.
Rounding out the eight team field was the Harvest Baptist Church Praise Team from Salisbury, MD, the Crossroad Christian Church Praise Team from Dover, DE, the Epworth Praise Team from Rehoboth Beach, DE, and the New Jerusalem Holy Church Praise Team from Snow Hill, MD. Each participating group had a total of 30 minutes to set-up and perform their pre-determined set list. Each performance was scored by a panel of three judges, with the highest grossing scores earning the top honors. Judges scored nine categories using a 1 through 5 rating scale, with 5 being the highest. Categories ranged from tone & technique to diction & balance.