I would guess that recruiting for a church choir can be a fairly difficult task, so I was interested in something the choir director at our church did recently.
Just before the service began and before the choir was in place, he said to the congregation:
"If any of you has ever wondered what it would be like to sing in the choir, just come on up - right now - and give it a try."
At the same time he invited the regular choir members - who were not wearing their robes that Sunday - to also come up. Lots of people came forward, many of them the regulars but apparently lots of others as well. And because nobody was wearing robes you couldn't tell the regulars from the visitors, which I'm sure made it quite comfortable for those who were just trying it out.
After the service I guess he must have invited the new people to come to a practice, or to join the choir, or something, because last Sunday there were a lot more choir members.
Anyway, I was impressed that he found a clever way to give people a quick and easy way to give the choir a try, and I thought it was an idea worth passing along.