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Today’s beautiful fall inspired altar floral arrangements were created by the Flower Guide team of Lisa Jerauld, Laurry Rodman, and Lynne Rychlik. Thank you ladies!

The Flower Guild is looking for volunteers, so if you have an interest in learning how to arrange flowers then this ministry is for you! You serve 5 times a year--each time includes 2 Sundays.

Flower Guild members also decorate the Sanctuary with poinsettias and holiday greens at Christmas and lilies, hydrangeas and spring flowers at Easter. It's a great way to serve the church, beautify our worship, and learn a new skill!

Please let the office know if you are interested in joining the Flower Guild. 🌼
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The JAM Choir rehearsing the Glory to God song of praise sung at the beginning of every worship service. Thank you JAM Choir and adult leader Lydia Meredith for your worship service contributions 🎼👏. ... See MoreSee Less

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JAM (JESUS AND MUSIC) CHILDREN’S CHOIR: JOIN US!

The JAM Choir rehearsing this morning’s 10:00 am worship service Offertory Anthem: They Will Know We Are Christians. Thank you to Janet White for directing the JAM Choir, and to Elaine Schrader for guitar musical accompaniment.

All children ages 6-12 are welcome Sundays at 11:30 am in the Choir Room for JAM Choir rehearsals. We look forward to working with our parish children in music, music theory, and learning how music enhances our liturgy. “Mighty oaks from little acorns grow”, as Chaucer opined in the 14th century. The same is true of our future adult choirs; a significant number adult choir members in churches today had their first positive experience in a children’s church choir.

Studies have repeatedly and consistently proved that children who participate in a church choir, a band, or an orchestra improve their language skills, reasoning, memorization, and cultivate a sense of community, contribution, and belonging.

Singing in a church children’s choir provides an opportunity to grow into faithful and loving followers of Jesus Christ.
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Karla Robinson directing the Concert Choir singing a Shaker song titled Vumvivevum. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dr. Chris Card directing this brass and percussion ensemble. ... See MoreSee Less

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