Music

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Volunteer Musical Ensembles

If making music is something you love doing, then we have many opportunities for you to put that gift to good use.

If you have any questions, please contact STEVE GRATTAN, our Director of Music.

Sanctuary Choir

The Sanctuary Choir helps lead the 9:30 a.m. Sunday worship service. They sing a variety of styles, from traditional choral works from composers such as Brahms and Mendelssohn to choral arrangements of modern Christian songs. This joyous group loves raising their voices to praise God.  Rehearsal is every Thursday evening at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary balcony. An electric lift is available for anyone who needs assistance getting up and down stairs.

​Instrumentalists are also welcome! If you play an instrument and would be interested in occasionally accompanying the choir, please contact our music director, STEVE GRATTAN.

Handbell Choirs

Two handbell choirs are available to adults and youth with varying musical backgrounds and experiences. These groups play between Septermber and June.

  • Glory Bells – This group is for new ringers who want to learn to play as well as ringers with experience. Rehearsal is every Wednesday evening at 6 pm. in the sanctuary.
  • Bells of Praise – This group plays more advanced music and for those who have a bit more experience at bell ringing. Rehearsal is every Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. in the sanctuary.

STEVE GRATTAN is the director. Please contact him with all questions.

Methodaires

The Methodaires are a men’s vocal ensemble with piano accompaniment that sing mostly traditional songs. They sing to the Lord in worship once a month at the 9:30 a.m. Sunday service.  Please contact Tom Norager for more information.

Krystal Bells

All children participate once a month in music time during Sunday school by playing color-coded hand bells.  On the fourth Sunday of the month they play as the Krystal Bells during the Children’s Message at the 9:30 a.m. service.  They always bring  joy to the listeners!  For more information, please contact John and Karent Hutala.