Music in worship is one of the many ways we express our faith. Joining a musical ensemble is a way to share our God-given talents and be part of a rich community within the larger church. Participants in our ensembles range from music enthusiasts with no training to music professionals who love to share their talent and faith through the arts. In other words, no matter what your musical background, you are welcome here!
For more information, contact our Director of Music, Jeremy Bankson
at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614) 766-6377 ext 17.
Open to children in grades 2-5
Meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am during the school year
This choir offers a warm, welcoming environment for students to explore their unique musical and artistic talents, to grow in faith, to experience meaningful traditions of the church, and to offer their gifts in worship and praise! The choir sings regularly at the 9:30 am service and is led by Mark Tegtmeier.
Open to adults and high school students
Meets Thursdays from 7:15 – 9:00 pm from late August through Pentecost Sunday
The Prince of Peace Choir offers music weekly at the 11:00 am service as well as at other services occasionally and participates in special concerts throughout the year as part of our concert series. The requirements for membership are enthusiasm, energy, and effort; no audition is required! We work together to develop a collective sense of community – musically and spiritually – that enables us to share God’s love through music with one another and with the congregation.
Open to interested participants who can read music
Meets Wednesdays from 7:30 – 8:30 pm.
This ensemble makes use of the three octaves of handbells and chimes and rings about once a month in worship. Although the ability to read music is helpful, this ensemble is open to anyone who has an interest and can make a regular commitment.
Open to middle school youth, high school youth, and adults with a least one year of instrumental experience
Meets quarterly with rehearsals TBA
This ensemble plays during worship at the 9:30 and 11:00 service four times a year with rehearsals prior to each performance.
INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLES, CANTORS AND SOLOISTS
If you have a passion for singing or playing an instrument, we hope you will consider how you can share your talent.