The Children’s Music Program is an important opportunity in the lives
of our children.

The children’s music program seeks to provide age-appropriate music education in a Christian environment. The children are exposed to a variety of musical experiences, including musical guests and the musical instrument families, as well as choir training, which focuses on teaching the children how to sing and sight-read music. The abilities to sing and read music are precious gifts that our children can enjoy and use to contribute to worship for their entire lives. Experience with music at this age is very important and can foster a life-long love of music. In addition to music education, this is an important time to teach our children about the church: its structure, symbolism, worship, liturgy, and music. We highly encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to give a priceless gift to your children for the sake of their future. Children are placed in age-specific groups.



Taught by TBA
Time: Wednesday 4:00-4:30pm
Location: Choir Room

Children will be led in a variety of musical experiences where, through singing, playing instruments, games, interactive play, and musical "field trips" (on site visits to the different musical instruments of the church), children will learn about music, about God, and that they have an important and special place in the life of the church and in worship.


Director: TBA
Rehearsal: Wednesday 4:30-5:00pm
Location: Choir Room

Children in grades 2 and 3 will sing, play handchimes (instruments created to prepare children to play handbells), play other instruments, and play musical games as they learn more about using music in worship and daily life.



Director: TBA
Rehearsal: Wednesday 5:00-5:30pm
Location: Choir Room

Children in grades 4-5 learn to play handbells and other instruments, sing, and play musical games as they grow in their musical knowledge and understanding of their role in music leadership in worship.