Music for Adults
PRAISE GOD IN HIS SANCTUARY
Music is a proclamation that in all circumstances our God is a God of mercy, love, and hope.
In response to God’s great love for us, we seek to glorify Him with the beauty of the musical gifts He has so
generously given us.
Opportunities to learn and share your musical gifts are available in vocal and instrumental ensembles for all ages.
8Chancel Choir

This choir leads 11:00 worship.  Membership is open to any interested singer—and there is always room for new members!!  Rehearsals are Wednesdays from 7:15-8:45 p.m..  Childcare is provided.

 

 
URBand Mar2016_editedUpper Room Band
This group leads the singing for the 9:00 contemporary worship service. In our Upper Room Service, you will hear sounds from an many genres: pop, rock, bluegrass, R and B, gospel, and jazz. Speak to our band leader, Robert Reed if you'd like to join this fun and worshipful group.  Rehearsals are Wednesday nights at 7:15.  
Voices of Bronze
is our Adult Handbell Choir. They regularly play for worship and present seasonal programs. They rehearse on Wednesdays from 6:00-7:15.
Music for Children
mostly musicMOSTLY MUSIC
(Age 3 - 2nd Grade) Mostly Music is for our youngest members. They will sing, play rhythm instruments and move to the music.
CHERUB CHOIR
(Pre-K-3rd grade)Wednesdays6:15-6:45 p.m.
Our youngest singers learn to enjoy music through singing, rhythm games and Orff instruments. They participate in worship or special programs 4 times during the year.
9KIRK CHOIR

These singers continue to develop their musical skills. They sing traditional anthems as well as Hymns and scriptural songs.   They participate in worship throughout the year. They rehearse on Wednesdays from 5:00-5:30 p.m.

Children's choir Mar2016
Chapel Bellschappel bells

Rudiments of bell ringing and note reading are learned and they frequently ring for worship  throughout the year. They rehearse on Sunday mornings from 10:00-10:45.

guest organistBe sure and attend this special event happening in September!
Fulbright Scholar, Samuel Metzger Concert on our new organ!