What is music ministry?
Music ministry is the work of guiding people to experience God and respond to Him by listening to and/or making music together. It is one of the distinct pleasures of our Sunday worship service. We regularly open our hearts to God’s glory and goodness by joining our voices together, listening to a choir, or playing an instrument. We want to invite anyone (High School – Adult) to join our atmosphere of worship where we can freely praise God in unity.
Weekly rehearsals (Sept. – May) Thursdays 7pm-8pm
Multiple Sunday performances each month
Our vocal choir, known as St. Paul’s Chorale, can be heard regularly during our Sunday worship services and during some of our special events throughout the year. They sing a variety of music – from Baroque to contemporary Christian – capturing some of the majesty of God’s glory with their voices. Church members and guests are welcome to sing with us!
Worship Team
Weekly rehearsals (year round) Thursdays 6pm-7pm
Multiple Sunday performances each month
Our worship team leads our congregation in songs of praise on Sunday mornings. They pull from a variety of talented instrumentalists and singers to create a meaningful, exalting worship experience for everyone who joins us.
Bell Choir
Weekly rehearsals (Sept. – May) – Thursdays 6pm-7pm
Monthly performances
Our handbell choir, aptly called The Praise Ringers, enjoys performing music during some Sunday morning worship services and special events. Each member of the choir represents specific notes in the musical line as they offer a unique, fascinating, and historical way to engage with God through worship arts. Church members and guests are welcome to ring with us!
Audio Visual Team
Weekly rehearsals (year-round) – Sundays 8:30am
Weekly Sunday performances
Our audio visual team gets the opportunity to create a beautiful, effective worship arts environment on Sunday mornings by using a host of technical tools such as our sound board, microphones and amplifiers, live streaming applications, and presentation software.