Mrs. Gia Diamaduros - Contemporary Worship Director
Gia Konduros Diamaduros grew up on beautiful Lake Murray in Lexington, SC and graduated from Lexington High School in 1983. After attending Clemson University and graduating from USC with a BA in Psychology, she did what she never imagined and married a good, Greek boy! Her husband, Pete, and she lived in Union, SC, for 8 years, where they were blessed with their 2 precious kids, Konstantine and Elee, before moving to Spartanburg in 1996. "KD" graduated from Wofford in 2011 as (the whole family) watched God bring his incredible journey in baseball to a new page, heading to Columbia where he is a "2L" law student (and plays a mean game of softball :) ). Elee is a senior at Wofford College very much appreciating and enjoying her friends and last year of college while also working for Pure Barre. Gia and Pete are happiest hanging with family and friends, and are blessed to be a part of the family at Westminster.
Gia has always been moved by music, from as far back as she can remember. Her passion for music and the Lord continued to weave together and grow as He opened doors for her to sing in church as a child, throughout school, and then in Carolina Alive at USC. As other opportunities arose professionally, God began to turn her passion from singing, to HIM; and step by step directing her life into His purposes and plans.
She and her family are truly grateful to be a part of this wonderful body of believers, where prayer and the truth of the Word are celebrated. She is joined by an incredible team who, together, lead worship each Sunday- a beautiful "motely crew" of friends and musicians, who gratefully open their hands and hearts to give back to the Giver of their gifts and be changed from the inside out. Her life is definitely a "work in progress" as she longs for the love and power of Christ to be so real, that the natural expression and grateful response to Him be a life lived in worship. Romans 12:1 "So here's what I want you to do, take your everyday, ordinary life-your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking around life-and place it before God as an offering. Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for Him. Don't become so well-adjusted to your culture that you fit into it without even thinking. Instead, fix your attention on God. You'll be changed from the inside out."
Gia can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org