Music and Worship Arts
Praise Team is open to youth and adults with vocal or instrumental experience. They lead worship for the 9am Sunday services. They provide music for other events in and outside of the church. Membership is by audition and on an as-needed basis. Rehearsals for the band are Sundays, 8-8:45am. For more information, contact Sean Edins.
The Brass Ensemble is open to all youth and adults who are experienced brass instrument players. The Brass Ensemble plays frequently at 11am worship services and for special presentations. Rehearsals are determined by members’ schedules. For more information, contact Carl Lorey.
Celebration Ringers Handbells
Open to all youth and adults, this handbell ensemble plays for 11am worship throughout the year. Membership is by permission of the Director of Music and Worship Arts and positions are filled on an as-needed basis. Rehearsals are determined by members' schedules. For more information, contact Carl Lorey.
The Chancel Choir is open to all youth and adults who love to sing and lead worship. This ensemble leads the music in 11am worship most Sundays throughout the year. Both traditional and contemporary choral literature are presented weekly as well as major works with orchestra seasonally. Rehearsals are Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm, in the Music Suite. For more information, contact Carl Lorey.
The children’s choir sings in worship services during the year and is open to all children in Kindergarten-6th grade. These choirs sing music that is age appropriate as well as presenting a children’s Christmas musical in December. Rehearsals are Wednesdays, 6-6:45pm, in FLC 204 and 206. Contact Carl Lorey or Meagan Maison for details.
This ensemble provides visual enhancement to worship, performing during select services throughout the year. Membership is by audition on an as-needed basis. Rehearsals are determined by members’ schedules. For more information, contact Carl Lorey or Meagan Maison.
Summer Theater workshop
This ministry provides a Summer theater experience each year where the participants, entering fourth grade through high school senior, an opportunity to immerse themselves in a real, live musical production. Components include singing, dancing, acting, stage crew and set creation. For more information, contact Carl Lorey.
The audio, video and livestream engineers are responsible for framing the sensory elements of worship in a way that it can be clearly and comfortably experienced. Members are cross-trained in all three areas in case a need arises for additional support or coverage. For more information, contact Sean Edins.
Other instrumental and/or vocal opportunities
If you sing or play an instrument and are looking for ways to use your gifts and abilities, please contact Carl Lorey.