Our Adult Choir regularly leads at the 9:45 am blended Sunday worship service. They sing a variety of styles of literature. In addition to Sunday worship, this choir also sings at special services. This choir is open to high school students and adults. They rehearse on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm.
The Praise Ensemble also sings and plays regularly at the 9:45 am blended worship service. They sing music in the praise and worship tradition, world music, and other contemporary musical expressions. The Praise Ensemble includes 6th grade students and adults. They rehearse on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm.
The Tower Bells is our adult handbell ensemble. High school students are also welcome to join. They ring in worship regularly at the 9:45 am worship service. They rehearse on evenings at 6:00 pm.
Our Cherubs are our youngest choir, made up of children in 4K, 5K, and 1st Grade. They learn basic musical and worship skills. With the Troubadour Choir, they present a Christmas musical during Advent and also sing in worship at the 9:45 am service on a regular basis.
The Troubadours are comprised of 2nd through 5th graders. They advance in their musical skills and often sing two-part music. They present a Christmas musical with the Cherubs and regularly provide musical leadership at the 9:45 am worship service.
Youth Music Groups
Youth get together at various times throughout the year to sing and play in worship. They provide music on Youth Sunday as well as other times throughout the year.
We regularly have opportunities for instrumentalists to play in worship both solo, in ensembles, and to accompany other groups.
Music and the arts are a beautiful gift from God. As we share these gifts of many styles and shapes with all gathered, we pray that one may lift your spirit and speak to your soul as God takes our offering and turns it into something wonderful. As we share, our gifts multiply - touching hearts, triggering a response, and enhancing the worship of believers in a very personal way within the fellowship of the community. As John Wesley directs, "Above all sing spiritually. Have an eye to God in every word you sing." (Select Hymns, 1761)