We have three singing choirs and three handbell choirs. Our singing choirs begin with with kindergarten children and continue through adults. Our handbell choirs begin in fourth grade and play 5 octaves of Schulmerich bells and 3 octaves of handchimes.
The Chancel Choir provides musical leadership at our 10:30 worship services from September through June. The Chancel Choir is open to high school students and adults. It sings a wide variety of repertoire and styles.
All interested singers are invited to come and sing.
Cherub Choir (Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 4:00-4:45)
For children in grades K-2: Children learn about their singing voices, matching pitch, keeping the beat, and early music reading skills. Movement and games are used to teach skills. The children enjoy playing rhythm instruments, as well as Orff instruments. We talk about the words of anthems we sing and the children learn about God through the medium of music. They sing in church approximately every 6 weeks.
Alleluia Choir (Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 4:45-5:30)
For children in grades 3-8. The choir begins to sing 2 part music. They participate in a choir festival sponsored by Choristers Guild, led by a nationally recognized director. We continue to learn about God by exploring the messages and words of the anthems we sing. The children begin to take on a more active role in leading worship in our church. They sing in church about once a month. The Alleluia Choir spends 45 minutes with singing activities and then rings bells and/or chimes.
Praise Ringers (Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 5:30-6:00)
For children in grades 3-4. The children in this choir learn the basics of ringing, through the use of choir chimes. Music reading skills are taught.
Glory Ringers (Rehearsals: Wednesdays, 5:30-6:15)
This is an intergenerational intermediate handbell choir. Members of this choir have usually had some handbell experience and read music.
Jubilate Ringers (Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:00-8:30)
The Jubilate Ringers are our advanced ringers. They play about once a month in church during the school year. They also ring in community events.
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