Music is a rich part of the worship experience here at Redeemer, and is supplemented by the many talents within our congregation. There are outlets for all ages and skill levels, listed below. Please contact Jacob Drengler, email@example.com, for further details.
Monday, 6-6:45, (twice/month)
This choir introduces children to a wide variety of Christian music. In addition to singing, they often incorporate various world percussion instruments and chimes as they explore sacred music from many backgrounds. Through participation in this ensemble, children will also learn how to serve as leaders in worship. New singers are welcome!
Sunday, 5:15-6 PM (twice/month)
This ensemble is open to all middle school, high school, and college-aged students with an interest in singing or playing instruments. Repertoire includes music spanning from the Renaissance period to the 21st century from many different cultural backgrounds, and utilizing a variety of languages. Students with experience as instrumentalists (piano, strings, guitar, brass, woodwinds, percussion) are also welcome to participate in this group
The adult Sanctuary Choir sings in worship services regularly throughout the Church year. This choir supports and encourages the congregational singing of hymns, psalms, and the liturgy. They also provide special music, drawing from the rich heritage of sacred choral music from the Christian church and around the world, and throughout the centuries. No prior choral experience is necessary. We would love to have you sing with us!
Thursday, 6:15-7 PM
The adult chime ensemble provides music for the worship services throughout the Church year. A variety of chime/bell literature, including hymn settings, classical transcriptions, and choral accompaniments are utilized. Prior ringing experience is not necessary, although some music reading ability is helpful. New members are welcome at any time.
Instrumentalists provide vital musical leadership in our worship services throughout the year, particularly at Christmas and Easter. Musical contributions include instrumental pieces, choral accompaniment, and supporting congregational singing through inventive hymn concertato settings.