Music Ministries

Adult Choir

Our mission is to enhance the worship services with music and to offer our musical gifts to God. No auditions are required and we always welcome new members. We rehearse on Thursdays from 7:00-8:30pm. The Adult Choir performs every Sunday at the 11:00am service.

Children’s Choir

Our children’s choir performs in worship services once a month as well as in special services throughout the year. We always welcome children grades 3rd-6th to join us. Rehearsals are held on Sunday mornings in the choir room and we meet at 9:10am in Jordan Hall. Children return to the service in time for prayers and Holy Communion.

Cherub Choir

Our younger children’s choir that provides an opportunity for our younger members to participate in the Music Program. It is open to children in Kindergarten through Second Grade. Please come and join us any Sunday! Rehearsals are held on Sunday mornings at 9:10amin Jordan Hall. Children return to the service in time for prayers and Holy Communion.

Bell Choir

This group provides an opportunity for playing instrumental music without having formal training. Our participants get a chance to develop their coordination and listening skills and to enjoy the beauty of music making in an ensemble setting. The Bell Choir will perform monthly.

Contemporary Worship Team

This is a group of musicians and singers who desire to use their gifts to glorify and exalt the Lord through contemporary worship at 9:00am on Sundays. If you have musical ability and a desire to worship the Lord and serve Him with gladness, we would love to hear from you.
For all music inquires, contact Jennifer Gammill at 428-3573, ext. 29 or email ten.hcruhceelilag@refinnej.

+49 856 9568 95


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