Daniel Bondaczuk

Worship Pastor

Daniel Bondaczuk grew up in an Adventist household in São Paulo, Brazil, where he discovered his love for music in his home church as a child. He participated in various choirs as a singer and accompanist, playing for Sabbath services, and exploring other instruments such as the trombone and the contrabass. Daniel is now an accomplished composer, arranger, pianist, and producer with a diverse musical background. He has won awards in Portugal and Brazil, but what inspires him the most is creating music for the glory of God in the church.

In 2014, Daniel and his wife Marjore, along with their daughter Yeva, moved to Nashville where he pursued a Master's degree in Composition at Middle Tennessee State University. They joined Madison Campus Church and found a family-friendly community where Daniel could continue to use his gifts for the Lord. Later, they welcomed two more children, Sarah and Gregory.

Daniel has a two-fold approach to worship and developing musical talent in the church. First, he enjoys nurturing musical talents and encouraging people to offer their gifts as an offering of excellence to the Lord. Second, he sees music as a tool to build community and inspire people to experience God at a deeper level. Daniel teaches piano and voice, and has collaborated with independent artists, songwriters, record labels, and publishers in the Christian music scene. Brentwood Benson and Lifeway have published his arrangements and orchestrations.

At Madison Campus Church, Daniel is responsible for developing, coordinating, and supervising music programs. He recruits, trains, and rehearses members of various musical groups, overseeing all music activities on Sabbath and special events.