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Children's Choirs


Covid-19 Schedule and Protocols:
Children’s music plans to meet during the 2020-2021 school year.  Beginning September 9, we will offer two times for children’s music (each family attends just one of the offered hours):  2-3 pm, OR 4:30-5:30 pm. Children will still be divided into two age groups (K/1/2 and 3rd-8th), and both age groups will be offered at both times. We will be focusing primarily on instrumental instruction. Per church policy, older children (2nd grade and up) must wear a mask during rehearsal, and we are encouraging younger children to do so as capable. We will still be learning fundamentals and using our music to praise God, but we will be utilizing activities that help us maintain appropriate social distancing.

The Children's Choir Program
is an exciting ministry opportunity available to your children! We are committed to teaching your children sound theology through music and helping them grow in expressing their worship and enriching their musical, social, and emotional skills. They will grow in their knowledge of vocal technique and music reading, as well as in their responsibility as church leaders.

Opportunities are given to sing in selected worship services and at special events. 

There are two children's choirs:

Music Makers: Kindergarten - 2nd Grades

Young Musicians: 3rd - 7th Grades

The choirs meet on Wednesdays from 4-5:30 pm. Check-in and arrival begins at 3:30 pm.  Instruction for K-2nd grade choir begins at 4:10 pm and for 3-7th grade choir at 4:45 pm. 

Purpose of Children's Choir Program

  • To encourage children to worship the Lord through music.
  • To develop a closer relationship with the Lord through music.
  • To teach children how to effectively lead others in worship.
  • To enhance and instruct musical skills.
  • To develop future church musicians.
  • To foster unity and community.

Needed: Classroom Helpers to assist the directors with the children and music in any capacity.

To register, go to For more information, please contact Mindy Dennison at