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Dr. Zach Vreeman | Grace Reformed Church


Dr. Zach Vreeman is the choirmaster and director of the bell choir at Grace Reformed Church. He and his family joined the church in 2013 when they came to Casper for his full-time position as Director of Choral Activities at Casper College. Zach holds BA and M.Ed degrees in music education from Dordt College in Sioux Center, IA, and a Doctor of Musical Arts in in Choral Conducting from the University of Nebraska--Lincoln. In addition to conducting choirs, Dr. Vreeman is a frequent performer with several professional chamber choirs, including the Colorado Bach Ensemble. He and his wife Meagan stay busy with their four children. 

"I am honored to be an important part of the exciting things happening at Grace Reformed. This is more than just a part-time job for me to add to my work at Casper College as the new Choral Instrucor. My family and I have been blessed to find in this church a congregation that is not only warm and inviting, but a congregation eagerly seeking to be truly Reformed according to Scripture in their worship. That commitment to Scripture is something we were looking for in a church home coming to Casper, and what a blessing that they were in need of a choir master also! I am excited to continually explore what being scriptural means every week with the congregation, members of the choir, bell choir, and everyone else involved in planning for worship. I invite anyone interested in that journey to join us!"


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Grace Reformed Church

834 Wolcott, Casper, WY - MAP
Ph: (307) 237-9509

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Sun. 10/25
He's Been Doing This for a Long Time
Sun. 10/18
To Each One Grace Was Given

Heavenly Father, we thank You for this Your word. We ask that You teach us wonderful things from Your law, and that by Your Spirit we would not simply wrap our minds around the truth, but that we would be so gripped in the very depths of our hearts that we would

Sun. 10/11
By Many Names

We continue this morning our study of the Gospel According to John, and this morning we will be finishing the first chapter. It’s getting much more exciting! Things are starting to happen, more and more people are entering the scene.

Sun. 10/4
Behold the Lamb of God

I’ll ask that you turn with me again this morning to the book of John. This is the fourth of what will be five sermons on the first chapter of John. We could, of course, do many more than that, with how packed full of doctrine this first chapter is.

Sun. 9/27
It's not Me!

We continue this morning with our study of John, and I hope that you’ve had as great a time as I have even just in these first two weeks looking at the prologue.