Wednesday @ 6:15 pm in the Choir Loft
Wednesday @ 7pm in the Choir Loft
MUSIC: Bringing Psalm 100 to life!
Join the singing choir and make joyful noise unto the Lord (Psalm 100.) As a melody-maker, you'll develop a new love for hymns, psalms and, of course, the Bible. Plus, as a choir member, you'll make friends that will definitely put a new song in your heart. The choir is open to everyone. Simply show up and we'll put a book in your hands!
If you aren't able to commit to a full year, we typically present a cantata at Easter or Christmas. Consider sharing your vocal talents for this shorter period of time.
If singing in the choir doesn't "strike a chord" for you, we ask you to please keep singing the great hymns during service... the louder the better!
We've nicked named ourselves the Immanuel Dingalings! If that little fact doesn't give you an idea of what it's like to be part of the bell choirs... well, I guess you'll just have to come see for yourself. About half of rehearsal time is spent laughing , but the group gets a lot done during this time. Plus, if you join the handbell choir, you get to wear some spiffy black gloves.
Everyone is welcome in bell choir. We love it when you have some musical know-how, but we love it even more when we help someone new play beautiful music. All we ask is that you know your colors, can count to four and know which is your left and right hand. To get involved, contact Tom at email@example.com
Can you play the trumpet or saxophone? Have a favorite song you’d like to sing as a solo? At, we are always looking for people willing to make special music a joyous part of the church service. You don’t have to be a virtuoso either. The Lord knows we’re not perfect and our music doesn’t have to be either. (Psst, we love to include students who are in their school bands, too!) To get involved, contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Praise Him with
sounding cymbals; praise Him with loud clashing cymbals!
Let everything that breathes praise the Lord! Praise the Lord! - Psalm 150:5-6