Music Ministries

PSALM 96:1-2 “Oh sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth! Sing to the Lord, bless his name; tell of his salvation from day to day.”

 

Adult, Young Adult, and Children Choirs – New Voices always welcome!
Questions? Contact the Music Director at music@lansdaleumc.org.
Children’s Choir
Age 4 to Grade 6
Rehearsals are Sundays mornings at the beginning of the Sunday School hour (10:15 am) and the choir sings on the 3rd Sunday of every month (both services) and on special occasions.
Contact Laural Harper at harperlb@verizon.net
The Cornerstone Choir
– 7th grade thru high school
Meets Sunday mornings at 11:10 am in Bright Beginnings room. They also meet on alternate Sundays with the Youth Instrumental Ensemble. Cornerstone Choir sings at the 9:00 a.m. service on the 4th Sunday of each month. 
The Church Instrumental Ensemble
Meets Sunday mornings at 11:10 am. Any student or adult instrumentalist – even a beginner who can play only one or two notes!! – is eligible. The Ensemble plays at the 9:00 am service on the 2nd Sunday of each month. 
 
Bell Choir- any age welcome
We have 2 octaves of Bells and invite any age to participate.  We practice on Sunday’s at 11:15 AM in the Oasis Classroom upstairs. 
      
The Chancel Choir
Membership is comprised of adults and high school students (H.S. students can be in both Cornerstone and Chancel Choirs). 
The Chancel Choir meets each Thursday evening from 7:00 – 8:30 pm. The choir sings each Sunday, September thru mid-June at the 9:00 am service.  You do not need to be a trained singer to participate.  We spend a great deal of time learning to read music. Some of our members have never sung in parts before joining this choir and continue to participate, a testimony to the friendly fellowship and devoted discipline involved in learning to praise God through music. 
 
We have opportunities to participate in community choir programs from time to time.
                
 
The value of being a part of a choir or instrumental group cannot be overestimated!  Therefore, please prayerfully consider . . .