Our variety of adult choirs offer something for everyone with a passion for music. All Wednesday night rehearsals are open to visitors; childcare is always provided.
Adult Choir Rehearsal:
Wednesday, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
The Adult Choir is a mixed, non-auditioned chorus that leads the congregation in the two morning worship services. Members may choose to sing at either (or both) services depending on their personal schedules. Selections are chosen that reflect the seasons and topics of the liturgical year, drawing from a large variety of musical streams including gospel, traditional folk, spirituals, shape-note, Renaissance, and classical. Major presentations include the annual “Service of Nine Lessons and Carols” and Sacred Spring Concerts, which have featured John Leavitt’s “Requiem,” W.A. Mozart’s “Coronation Mass,” Mendelssohn’s “Hymn of Praise,” and settings of the Requiem by Rutter, Fauré, Duruflé, and Mozart.
We also offer a “Pew Parent” ministry for elementary age children whose parents lead worship.
Chamber Singers Rehearsal:
Wednesday following Adult Choir rehearsal
for approximately 30 minutes
The Chamber Singers are chosen primarily from active members of the Adult Choir. These musicians are chosen based on their desire to explore a diverse choral repertoire (mostly a cappella) within a smaller context. Singers prepare their parts individually and quickly establish a high level of musicianship and artistry.