We believe that every child is a unique and beloved individual created by God. We welcome children with all ranges of musical abilities to our choirs. We are also committed to including children with special needs in our music program. Please help your child’s choir teacher know the best methods of teaching your child. All children, ages 3 through 6th grade are welcome! Contact Amy Cooper, Director of Children’s Music, for more information.
Download the Children’s Choir Schedule for 2018-2019
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Our Choirs God’s Flock (Children ages 3 years) Room 218- This group is introduced to music through simple songs, stories, and fun musical games from 6:15-7:00 p.m. Mid-August-early May. Joyful Noise Singers Choir (Children ages 4 & 5) Room 220 – This group is introduced to music through the use of simple children’s songs and fun musical games on Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:00p.m Mid-August-early May. This choir sings in worship, typically once a month. Music Makers (Children grades 1-2) Room 217 – These young musicians learn the basics of music reading through singing and playing musical instruments. They meet on Wednesday evenings 6:15-7:00 p.m. Mid-August -early May. This choir sings in worship, typically once a month. Chapel Choir (Children grades 3-6) Room 214 – This choral experience for elementary children continues to challenge the growing musician through singing, musical reading, and playing instruments. This choir meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:00p.m. Mid August-early May. Choristers sing in worship once a month, as well as participate in the Feast of Lights at Christmas. Each spring, children alternate participating in a children’s choir festival or presenting a musical. Children’s Chimes (Grades 5 & 6) Hand bell room, behind the Sanctuary Choir room – This group for beginning hand bell ringers rehearses on Wednesdays, from 5:40-6:10 p.m. in the Fall for 8 weeks, and again in the Spring for 8 weeks. Children’s Chimes play in worship twice during the year.
Top 10 reasons to sing in a children’s choir
10. You don’t have to wait a whole week to see your friends from church. 9. We learn to sing in different languages, like Spanish, French, Greek, and Latin. 8. Teachers who really care about you are waiting for you to come each Wednesday. 7. Learning about music keeps your brain muscles exercised. 6. We play instruments and musical games. 5. Hearing voices singing in harmony makes your spirits soar! 4. Singing in children’s choirs at church prepares you to be involved in music at your school or in community choirs. 3. Children in choirs help serve as musical leaders in worship. 2. Singing is fun! 1. God encourages us to “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!”
Christmas music kick-off party
Recently, our Chapel Choir kicked off Christmas music season with a party. They enjoyed refreshments and began learning some new Christmas songs.
Parent and Child Music
Even dinosaurs enjoy coming to Parent and Child Music Group on Fridays! Join us on Friday mornings at 10:00am in room 213.