Sacred Winds Ensemble and Ministries

Christian outreach through the arts, music, and education.

Who We Are

5847204442_ef5ed5b324_bThe Sacred Winds Ensemble is a wind band that consists of more than 60 volunteer professional and paraprofessional musicians from across the United States and abroad.  Undergirded by the exposition of Scripture, the ensemble presents musical programs of diverse musical styles and influences.

The ensemble has performed at the Baptist Church Music Conference National Convention, the Kentucky Music Educators Association State Music Conference, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the Paramount Arts Center, as well as various as churches throughout Kentucky.  The ministry has been recognized by The House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Kentucky for “proving itself as an outstanding asset to the community in its Christian outreach through the arts, music, and education.” The ensemble was founded in 1997 by Scott Bersaglia in order to provide an expansive musical compliment to the worship service to his home church.  Since then, the ensemble has unfolded into a ministering body that proclaims the gospel of a sovereign and loving God.

Testimonials

“I am impressed that the group is not satisfied with merely playing the standard repertoire.”

Thomas W. Bolton, Ph.D.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Upcoming Events

May
7
Sun
2:30 pm Then Sings My Soul
Then Sings My Soul
May 7 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Then Sings My Soul @ First Baptist Church | Hazard | Kentucky | United States
In partnership with First Baptist Church of Hazard, KY the Sacred Winds Ensemble is excited to return to Hazard, KY this May to present a program built up cherished hymns of the Christian faith.  More information[...]
Jun
11
Sun
3:00 pm Soli Deo Gloria: Glory to God Alone
Soli Deo Gloria: Glory to God Alone
Jun 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In partnership with First Baptist Church of Pikeville, KY the Sacred Winds Ensemble celebrates the 500-year anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with works by Lippencott, Boerma, Bach, and Maslanka.