Make A Joyful Noise

Music & Drama

Let Every Voice Be Heard.

We celebrate God’s gift of music and encourage people of every ability to make a joyful noise with us.

Our worship community has a strong tradition of music! We are a singing congregation, led by either our Director of Music Ministry, Choir, Campanile Handbells, vocal ensembles, and singers of all ages!

If you have questions, please contact Jeffrey Patry at jeffrey@flcch.org.


Sanctuary Choir

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The Choir inspires the congregation through by performing new choral music each year, and leads the congregation in the singing and teaching new settings of the liturgy.
KEY INFORMATION

Practices
Wednesdays at 7:15 pm (Sept-May)

Leads Worship
1-2 times per month at 10AM and for special holidays

Campanile Handbells Ensemble

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Hand bells create a unique worship experience of instrumental music. Anyone is welcome to ring bells! No experience is necessary – we’ll teach you the skills needed to ring. Our rehearsals also include time for prayer and devotions.
KEY INFORMATION

Practices
Wednesdays at 6:00 (Sept-May)

Leads Worship:
Once a month at 10 am

Handbell Director
Drew Stolba drewstolba@gmail.com

Vocal Music Teams

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Vocal Music Teams enhance the 10 am worship service by leading new songs and liturgical music. Our vocalists lead seasonal music year-round. Singers also present selections for Prelude and Offering. Singers of all ages are appreciated!
KEY INFORMATION

Coordinator
Jeffrey Patry
jeffrey@flcch.org

Instrumental Music

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Percussion, flute, guitar, saxophone, piano, trumpet…Instrumentalists are encouraged to share their musical gifts in a wide variety of musical selections throughout the year. We have also enjoyed a Pop-Up Band with musicians of all ages.
INTERESTED?

Coordinator
Jeffrey Patry
jeffrey@flcch.org

Drama Ministry

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Twice a year, our church presents a production related to our faith and life. During Holy Week, we present “The Last Supper,” on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday to remember the struggle Jesus faced in his final hours and the witnesses to these events.

In the fall, we present an original production. Past productions featured the story of Martin Luther and the Reformation, World War II martyr Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and this fall, a retelling of the story of Jesus’ Birth and the visit of the Wise Men.

UPCOMING EVENT
Retelling Jesus' Birth
November 14-15, 2019
7:15pm
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Free will offering; no tickets required.

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