When we create music together, we offer our unique selves to our neighbors— it’s only made possible by the acceptance, inclusion, and celebration of our differing voices and instruments. Just as people of all social statuses, gender identities, sexualities, skin colors, abilities, and ages are welcomed to our communion table, so, too, are all people, voices, instruments, and abilities are welcomed into the song of the church.
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Do you remember music from your childhood? Most likely, yes. Music-making is an essential part of early social and faith formation. Join us for children’s music on Sunday mornings at 10:15am during the academic year, where children explore the wonder and joy of music-making. Questions? Send Helen Kim, Director of Children’s Music, a note using the button below.
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Our adult handbell choir meets on Tuesday nights, 7:15–8:30 pm in the Koinonia Room (K Room) to rehearse and prepare music for worship on Sunday mornings. The handbell choir is open to ringers of all experience levels— there’s a spot saved for you! Questions about handbells? Send Sunny Yu, Associate Director of Music a note using the button below.
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Sunday worship is one of the primary ways we join together to make music. Learn more about singing along, in-person or online.
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Join the Handbell Choir in the Koinonia Room (K Room) for our weekly rehearsal, where we'll prepare music for worship for upcoming Sunday morning performances. For more information, contact Sunny...