This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue?
Start by letting them introduce themselves ... dapat kasama yung reason kung bakit sila sumali sa choir. The current members will also do the same if you plan to have everyone participate in the orientation. By the way, if you have a registration form, they should probably complete it in this orientation as well ... kasama picture. 2. Give them an overview of the church organization (starting sa PPC) then how it ends up to your choral group. For them to have an idea kung saan part ang choir niyo. 3. Given them an overview of your choir by-laws (mission, vision, responsibilities, officers, etc.) and regulations (schedule of practice, uniform, funds, etc.) 4. Also provide the details of your annual choir plan / schedule. Syempre hindi lang pag-kanta sa simabahan ang ginagawa ng choir. This at least gives them an idea kung anu-ano ginagawa niyo sa choir. (e.g. outreach, summer activities, Christmas caroling, etc.) 5. Choral basics dapat din i-explain sa kanila. Along with this, you also need to teach them music theory and fundamentals of singing. This may take a number of meetings and can be part of your regular rehearsal schedule. 6. You may also need to discuss with them kung ano yung mga parish seminars na dapat nila iattend like PREX, BBS, etc. kasi being part of the choir means we are also church workers. Most, if not all, church choirs serve in liturgical celebrations so the new members should know about the parts of the mass and its essence. 7. The last could be an open discussion for them to ask questions or for you to open any topic.
You can probably have this orientation before your regular rehearsal. Maybe one hour will do.
Hope this helps