We know that there are many ways to praise God, and we strive to create a prayerful worship experience for all ages. A magnificent organ and acoustic guitar, cherished hymns and contemporary songs repurposed for praise. Instrumentalists sharing their gifts with the congregation by playing their brass instruments or the piano. The dedication of our Chancel Choir and congregants who share intimate solos and duets. Every Sunday, we make a conscious decision to praise God by blending well-loved standards and the contemporary.
Whether you are new to the art of singing, or have been singing for years, you are invited to come be a part of a multi-generational gospel choir. For more information on how you can be a part of something great, contact Elika Bernard at email@example.com
We are looking for new Audio and Sound System Helpers. The Worship Committee is looking to develop a team of volunteers to provide help with the audio and new sound system. We are asking for a one Sunday a month commitment. If you would like to be part of this important volunteer team, or need more information please contact Worship Chair, Terry Haug.
The Chancel Choir is the adult choir that sings each week in our Sunday services. In addition to providing leadership for the congregational hymn singing, the choir sings anthems and hymn arrangements to enhance our worship services.
The Chancel Choir also presents special concert programs and benefits throughout the year. Membership is open to all who can carry a tune and are interested in serving the church through music. No formal training is required. Solo opportunities are available.
At various times throughout the year, children prepare a song to share in worship. This includes singing, playing bells or chimes, or other instruments. All children are welcome to participate in the experience.
Our Bell Choir provides another type of musical experience at First Church. It presents special music in our worship services several times a year, including Christmas and Easter. Membership is open to anyone who reads music and is willing to participate in regular rehearsals and performances.