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No matter your age or music interests, UMCNL has a place for you!  There are vocal choirs to accommodate all age groups from Kindergarden to our most “seasoned” members.  There are three different bell choirs to allow different ages and talent levels to participate in our worship instrumentally.  There are “special music” opportunities in the summer for those wishing to share their varying musical talents during worship, as well as our “all church orchestra,” which plays once a year at both the 9 and 10:5 a.m. worship services to showcase the many talented members of our faith family.

Anyone interested in joining a choir is welcome!  We have vocal and bell choirs available.  Below is the list of choirs and meeting times!  Come, “face the music” as we sing and play for the glory of God!

Chancel Choir (adults from college on up) starts its fall season on Thursday evening, September 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

Celebration Bells (adult bell choir college age and older by audition if newly joining ~ contact Michael Weirman for more details) will start its fall session on Wednesday evening, September 2nd from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

Majestic Bells (beginner ringers 4th grade and up) will start Wednesday evening, September 2nd from 6 – 6:45 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

Herald Bells (high school and some adults) will start Wednesday evening, September 2nd from 6:45 – 7:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

Praise Team is a vocal/band combination that sings contemporary Christian music at our 10:20 Worship services as well as several other times throughout the year.  Contact Tom Burns at tomb@musicincmag.com about Praise Team and its practice and performance schedule.  Come join us as we sing and play for the glory of God!

Youth Choir for 7th – high school youth will begin their fall session Thursday, September 3rd in the Sanctuary at 6 p.m.

Cherub (K – 2nd grade) and Celeste (3rd – 6th Grade) Children’s Choirs will have a combined practice time beginning Thursday, September 3rd in the Sanctuary at 5 p.m.