The choir, accompanied by a brass quartet, presented music on Easter Day. Members of the congregation joined the choir for the Hallelujah Chorus. The choir is planning a music Sunday in May featuring the LCC youth and adult choirs and the Handbell choir. This service will present a series of anthems, incluidng a combined anthem with children and various instruments accompanying the voices.
The Handbell Choir performed the preludes for Palm Sunday. They will be playing in late April and on Music Sunday in May. Their loyalty and continued hard work has allowed the choir to perform many times this year.
The Festival Arts Series presented the Brass Quartet on Easter Sunday and will help fund the Music Sunday in May. Thanks to the hard work of the music committee and volunteers from the church, the talent show was a smashing success, with over $3800 realized from the silent auction alone! The food was delicious, the talent amazing and the support of the church in this endeavor was absolutely outstanding. Thanks to all who made the entire evening possible. We are blessed at this church to have this level of interest in music and its part in making worship even more meaningful.
Director of Music
Lloyd Max Bunker
Chancel Choir . Adult choir practices Thursday evening 8:00 PM
Hand Bell Choir . Rehearsal Thursday evening 6:45 - 7:45 PM
The Handbell Choir played again on December 23rd, when they provided music of the season for the service.
Director of Children and Youth Music
Joyful Noise (Preschool-2nd grade) meet at the beginning of their Faith Formation Time in the Chapel.
3rd/4th/5th Grade Singers meet from 10:55-11:10 in the 3rd/4th Grade room. Parents
are advised to have their child meet them in the Parlor after their singing time, so no one feels rushed
during that time. This group sang for the congregation on Sunday, December 2nd.
Youth Band, Next Generation meets in the Band Room from 11:15-11:45 every
Sunday. They will perform on Sunday, May 19th during worship.
Covenant Choir members participate in service wearing their new robes.