Music in Worship

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Music in worship is part of a very long and important tradition.  John Wesley, the inspiration for the Methodist church, and his brother Charles Wesley wrote many of the traditional hymns still sung today. Our church combines a variety of musical traditions into each worship service.  This is sometimes referred to as a blended service.

Our Music Director, Tim Smith, brings all of our music to life in vibrant, inspirational, and meaningful ways. The music in our worship includes congregational singing, choral singing, and special music performances by some of our many talented members.

Worship Choir

All are welcome to join our Worship Choir.  They rehearse most Wednesday evenings from 7:30 to 8:30 pm. They also meet at 8:30 am on Sunday mornings to rehearse and prepare for the 9:45 am worship service.  They are always looking for new members.

Handbell Choir

Our Handbell Choir plays in worship about once a month.  We have 3 octaves of Handbells, plus 2 octaves of Hand Chimes.   We play beginner and intermediate level pieces, so new ringers are always welcome.

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