Visiting worship here over several Sundays, you might experience music in forms spanning centuries...hymns, choral anthems, bell anthems, instrumentalists, organ, and piano might well be offering praise to God composed in the 1800s as well as in 1980 - classical, contemporary, traditional, early-American, gospel and jazz.


As a church, it is our vision to glorify and praise God through a variety of musical expressions that both honor our heritage and yet speak to contemporary life. God is not so narrow that He can only be praised with historical music.


We are a church family of individuals who are comfortable with a variety of musical sounds, tempos, and lyrics. As listeners, we derive different meanings from the same music. While as individuals, we may not relate to every one of these sounds, we accept those that may be less pleasing to our ears out of love and care for those among us of different generations, religious or social backgrounds.


Celebration Singers (singers from teens to seniors) usually rehearse on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. for about 45 minutes. The choir sings regularly throughout the fall, winter, and spring.


The Celebration Ringers (Handbell ringers teens to seniors) rehearse at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings before the regular worship service. The Ringers usually perform once a month.