Our music program is designed to provide for the needs of worship, to provide Christian education and fellowship opportunities for all participants, to provide both challenging and attainable skill levels for singers and ringers, to teach ancient and modern literature, and to provide the opportunity to work and care for each other in small-groups.
The Chancel Choir (non-auditioned) sings anthems and leads the congregational singing for our traditional worship services. It also sings a major work about once a year, often in conjunction with hosting an ecumenical choral event. Rehearsals are weekly.
Psalm 150 (auditioned) is our contemporary worship praise team. The singers are accompanied by guitars, electric bass, piano, and percussion. Psalm 150 can include youth as well as adult members, and rehearses weekly.
Our new choir for Middle School and upper Elementary aged youth meets on Sunday afternoons at 4:45 p.m., in the small music room off the preschool hall.
Our children's choir meets on Wednesdays during the school year, September through May. Children's choirs usually sing in worship in November, February, and April.
Our bell choir utilizes 5 octaves of Schulmerich handbells, meeting weekly from September - May. Occasionally the choir travels to perform in the community, or to regional/national handbell events.
For more information on our music program, contact Rick Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.