Music Ministry

O come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation! Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to him with songs of praise! For the Lord is a great God, and a great King above all gods. -Psalm 95:1-3

 

Faith United Methodist Church maintains a strong, traditional music ministry that involves people of all ages. Whether you are six years old or 96, we have a place for you! For all our musical ensembles, previous musical experience is not required, and church membership is not necessary.

Music at Faith serves to enhance the worship services and life of the church. We also seek to enrich the musical and spiritual lives of those who participate with us as well as to share with our greater community.

 

Want to join an ensemble or have questions?

Contact Michael Wu, Director of Music

singingwu67@gmail.com

chancel choir

Chancel Choir

Open to adults and older youth. Rehearses 8:00-9:30pm, Thursdays

The Chancel Choir leads our 10:00am Sunday worship service weekly, September through mid-June. Additionally, the choir plans some special music throughout the year.

children's choir

Young Singers of Faith

Open to children Pre-K through 3rd Grade. Rehearses Sundays following the 10:00am worship service.

No previous musical experience is necessary and church membership is not required. The choir contributes to the 10:00am service at Faith about once a month, September to May. Movement and music are interwoven with singing and music reading.

handbells choir

Bells of Faith

Open to all ages. Rehearses 7:00-8:00pm, Thursdays

Led by church member Nancy Kuhn, this ensemble with five-octave choir of handbells contributes to the 10:00am service about once per month, September to May. The ensemble has also participated in the annual bell choir festival in Ocean City, Maryland, every winter.

violinist and other musicians in background

Special Music

If you have a solo, instrument, or small ensemble you would like to volunteer for worship, just let Michael Wu know.

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