Music is an important part of our life together as a community and we love to do it well!
Lutherans have a strong tradition of singing our praises through music and song. Early great Lutheran composers and musicians such as Michael Praetorius, Dieterich Buxtehude and Johann Sebastian Bach set the bar high for excellence both musically and as an expression of the Gospel (Good News) of Jesus, the Christ. Congregational singing using popular tunes started with Martin Luther used in his Deutsche Masse, a Eucharistic service in the language of the people (German in his case) rather than Latin.
Today, in the spirit of the Reformation, we continue to sing with strong voices and/or our hearts (one needs not be a singer to experience the power of song) as we gather together for worship. Both traditional song, and, much like Luther did, new songs utilizing the rich diversity of music that we experience today.
Join our Choir! Rejoice in the Lord as our music director John Jannis leads us in harmony!
This rehearsal meeting will include several activities that you can do at home to keep your voices in shape and ready to sing at any time.
We will also be working on a church wide project for the choir’s voices to be heard together again to our congregation.
We will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday evenings until further notice.