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Music Ministry

All in person rehearsals and gatherings are on hold due to COVID-19. Kids of the Kingdom (children’s choir) is currently meeting weekly via Zoom and is always welcoming new members.

St. John’s has a vibrant, active music program. The purpose of our music ministry is to help the congregation worship. The gifts and talents of participating members are used to praise God and to proclaim God’s Word through music.

Nearly 100 members are involved in various musical groups. They are:

Senior Choir

The senior choir rehearses each Wednesday at 6:30-7:45 pm in the sanctuary, September-May.  They sing in worship 2-3 times per month.  Contact Becky for more information.

Handbell Choir aka Joyful Bells

The handbell choir rehearses each Tuesday at 6:45 pm in the sanctuary, September-May. They play in worship about once per month.  Contact Heidi for more information. 

Kids of the Kingdom Children’s Choir  (KOTK)

This group of energetic children meets on Wednesdays from 5:15-6:15, October-May. The time includes playing, praying, and eating.   Contact Lisa for more information. 

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Youth Handbell Choir

The youth handbell choir meets on Thursdays from 5:30-6:00, October-May. 

Instrumental Group

Rehearsals vary depending on when they play for services. This group typically plays 6-8 times a year during Festival Sundays.

Contemporary Worship Band

The Praise Band leads the worship music each week for the later Sunday service. Contact Kenn, Coordinator of the Contemporary Worship, for more information.

Organ Assistant Program

Children ages 7 through 12 are invited to assist the organist, Becky Whelpley, as she plays at the 8:30 am service. Their responsibilties will be Page Turner, Stop Pusher and Piston Pusher. NO keyboard experience is needed. There will be practice time to become familiar with these responsibilities. Interested students should contact Becky for more information.

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We’d love to hear from you and answer any additional questions you have.