I don't exactly agree with the comment about auditioning for a choir meaning they are not there to worship. Choirs, in my experience are always looking for people willing to sing. I get asked all the time (I actually teach on Sunday mornings, so I'm not available), and when I say, I can't sing, they ALWAYS say, "hon, that doesn't matter at all." But I do know that they need to know where to have you stand, alto, soprano, whatever, so yes, show up at choir rehearsal (ours is on Wednesday nights) and if you don't know when that is, call the church office and they will tell you. But please don't be offended if they ask you to "audition" to find a spot for you. But DO be offended if they ask you to "audition" then tell you you didn't make the cut. Now, THAT, I agree, is wrong. Unless, you are wanting to try out for a praise team spot. You know, the people in front with the mike actually leading the praise and worship (if you have that style at your church)? Sorry, but you gotta have a set of pipes to lead people in worship in that way. If you can't sing, then people will focus on your lack of talent and not the Lord. But the choir? Nah, you just gotta be willing and want to serve God.