Everyone is welcome to participate in the music program at First Presbyterian Church. Following are the various ways you can get involved:
Chancel Choir (September - May)
The Chancel Choir at First Presbyterian Church plays an integral part in leading worship during the 11:00 worship service. The choir consists of more than 20 dedicated singers who enjoy using their voice to praise God through music. Highlights of the choir year include singing with an orchestra at the 10:00 p.m. Christmas Eve service and the annual Pentecost Dixieland service. The choir sings a variety of repertoire throughout the season. Rehearsals are Thursday nights from 7:00 to 9:00pm in the second floor music room. Come and join us for fun, fellowship and singing. The only prerequisite is a love of music and a love of singing! Now is the time to make your commitment of time and talent by joining our dedicated and welcoming ensemble of singers. The choir is conducted by Dr. Chelsea Vaught and accompanied by Kathryn Miller.
For more information contact Dr. Chelsea Vaught 260-426-7421, Ext. 137, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
First Pres Ringers Handbell Choir
Rehearsals are on Thursday nights from 5:30 to 6:15 in Room 201. Youth (junior high and high school) and adults are welcome to join us! The only prerequisite is a basic knowledge of music notation. This group generally rehearses from October to December and February to April or May, with a performance during worship in December and April or May.
Director: Dr. Chelsea Vaught 260-426-7421, Ext. 137, or email email@example.com.
The Chancel Choir takes a well-deserved break over the summer months, but does sing two or three times during the summer with an invitation for those curious about the choir to come join us. Rehearsals are at 10:00am in the music room before singing at the 11:00am worship service.
During the year, members who play a musical instrument or sing solos are invited to share their musical gifts with the congregation. Contact Dr. Chelsea Vaught if you would like to share your talent with the congregation.