MusicMinistryWhat a wonderful God we have to worship. We gather each week as a church to celebrate together His grace and glory.

It is the goal of the music ministry to lead our congregation in praise and worship in our weekly services. This is done also through our various choirs, worship teams, ensembles, special musical events, dramatic productions, concerts and other outreach opportunities that reach beyond the church campus.

There is a place for you to serve and use your gifts in the music ministry of our church as God leads.



childrens choirBelow you will find a list of our choirs with a brief description.  Please contact the church office to find out more information.

The Children’s Choir (Kindergarten-Grade 5) – Meets at 6 PM- 7:30 PM on Sunday nights upstairs in Building B. The Children’s Choir has a great time on Sunday night. They rehearse music, learn to read music, and have an assortment of fun activities each week.  They sing several times a year in our worship services and have special musical events.

The Youth Choir meets on Wednesday night as scheduled from 6 PM – 7:30 PM in the Choir room. They will sing periodically on Sunday mornings and sometimes with the Adult Choir.

Adult Worship Choir – The worship choir meets Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:00 PM in the Choir Room. They sing in the 8:30 AM worship service.  You do not have to read music to participate.  If you like to sing and worship the Lord through music, please give us a try.

55 plus Senior Adult Choir – (see 55+ page for more information)

Worship Arts Team (WAT) – The WAT is made up of a good number of talented artists, but did you know that there are plenty of opportunities to get involved for those who may have no musical or dramatic talent at all? If you are an artist with talents in music, praise dance, acting, writing, design, or visual arts then you can put your talents to use onstage bringing the Sunday services alive. There are also meaningful places of service for those who may not have experience, but are interested in organizing and coordinating the service backstage, learning how to mix the sound, run a camera, set and operate lights, enjoy meeting friends while setting up or tearing down the equipment for the Sunday services and more. E-mail for more information.