Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands.
Calvary is home to a diverse group of talented musicians who serve faithfully in our music ministry as we seek the Lord and praise Him with song.
From the organ chords and songs of the Choir during the traditional service, to the melodies of our Worship Team during the contemporary service, Calvary’s sanctuary rings with music and praise on Sunday mornings. Other opportunities include the Celebration Bells hand bell choir and youth ACTS band.
The choir practices on Wednesday evenings from 7:15 to 8:45 pm. Contact Lori Bourret in the church office if you have questions about Calvary’s music ministries!
Whatever your age, level of experience or stylistic preference, there is a place for YOU in the music ministry at Calvary.
Thanks to the many musicians who shared their talents in the special worship services of Holy Week! The Choir, conducted by Cathy Perrill complemented the inspirational messages from Pastor Steve.
On Palm Sunday the congregation was nearly surrounded with sound as the Choir sang the introit from two opposite sides of the sanctuary. A traditional song, “The Palms” by Faure was sung also. The solemn music of Maundy Thursday was emphasized by the playing of a drum by Jim Lenn with one of the three choir anthems. The Good Friday worship service involved people from area churches, and was a special time to worship together. Chris Donelan, played brass for the hymns (and then some) on Easter. For the hymns he would play the melody that we would sing, and for the last stanza play a descant or obligato part that complemented the song. Ted Perrill arranged the Easter hymns with descants in a user-friendly version to play and sing.