Do you enjoy music? Music is an integral part of our Sunday services. Organ preludes and postludes and choral anthems provide opportunities for reflection, meditation and prayer. We have a number of talented musicians in our congregation and are always looking for more choristers and instrumentalists to lend their God-given talents. For those who have little experience singing or who cannot use music, worry not for you are still welcome to come and learn how to raise your voice in song! For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
St. John’s Choir
St. John’s Choir provides inspiring musical leadership at our 10:30am Sunday services from September to June. The choir also sings at occasional special services and community events. Rehearsals are held on most Thursday evenings (8pm-9:30pm) from September to May. We sing a wide variety of interesting and challenging music and we are made up of members from all walks of life and levels of experience.
St. John’s Handbell Choir practices on Thursday evenings from 7 to 7:45pm. The group rings occasionally at church services and is open to anyone wishing to learn how to ring. An ability to read music is helpful but no previous ringing experience is required.
St. John’s “Marching” Band
Are you a brass, wind, or string player? Although our band doesn’t march very often anymore, we do perform at services and church functions three or four times a year! Smaller ensembles of players are made from the larger group of instrumentalists and play occasionally at Sunday services. Rehearsals are TBA close to the scheduled events. Music is accessible, suitable for a wide variety of players, and Distributed by email well in advance.
Like to sing but can’t commit to Thursday rehearsals? There are a few openings for experienced solo singers who would like to sing in the liturgy from time to time.
Dr. Allan Bevan has many years of experience with degrees in organ, music composition and choir direction.
Allan comes with a clear call as one who provides music direction to foster the spiritual nurture and singing of the people who gather.