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Music Ministry Calendar

Upcoming dates and events!
Festival Choir Rehearsals have begun! Join us on Wednesdays!
See Craig Harmann or Judy Cordes for music
Voices in Bronze     Handbell Choir
This group plays three octaves of bells and chimes. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings at 7 PM in Room 203. Open to anyone high school age and older. Plays in  the Traditions  services.
 St. Timothy Choir
This group is a mixed choir of adults who share their musical gifts in the Traditions service.  Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings at 8 PM in Room 201. Open to anyone high school age and older.  
Festival Choir
At Christmas and Easter, the Festival Choir prepares and shares a cantata for the season in worship, accompanied by an orchestra. 
Gospel Lights
Men’s Choir
Four part harmony of men’s voices, singing primarily southern Gospel songs.  Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings following St. Timothy Choir rehearsal in Room 201. Open to anyone high school age and older. This group shares their talent with their musical praises to God in our Traditions service.
Music notes
Praise Team
Our Praise Team leads worship at our 10:45 contemporary service. Membership by audition. Contact Nate Henze for details


St. Timothy Music Lessons
If you or someone you know are interested in private music lessons, check out the St. Timothy Music Lessons tab under “Ministries”. We are starting to schedule lessons for January, so if you are interested, now is the time! 
Children’s Choir
Children’s Choir is open to anyone in K-2nd grade, rehearsing from 6:15-6:45. This group will sing all styles of music, have fun, energetic rehearsals, learn about singing and music while praising God in the process! We’ll be taking a break until January 4th, when we’ll resume rehearsing!
Take a look at our 2017-schedule
What was that organ piece?
If you heard a piece on the organ, and wondered who it was by, then check here. Titles and composers will be listed on the Wednesday prior to the Sunday services. Click on the names to link to biographies and more information about the composer.
Sunday, December 4th
Pre-Service Music
The Advent of Our God by Albert Beck
What Child is This by John Behnke
Lift Up Your Heads, You Mighty Gates by Max Reger
Gentle Mary Laid Her Child by John Behnke
From Heaven Above by Johann Pachelbel
What Child is This by Albin Whitworth
Lift Up Your Heads, You Mighty Gates by John Behnke
Hark the Herald Angels Sing/Angels from the Realms of Glory by Albin Whitworth
Sunday, November 20th
God of Grace and God of Glory-
Prelude and Fugue in G Minor-
God of Grace and God of Glory- Benjamin Culli
All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name- Robert Powell
Kum Ba Yah- Adolphus Hailstork
O That I Had a Thousand Voices- Jeffrey Blersch
Thoughts from the Minister of Music and Celebration
We’re heading into that busy time of the year. Thanksgiving leads straight into the craziness of Christmas. Sometimes it feels like we’re busy for the sake of being busy. It is my hope and prayer this year that we all slow down and focus on what is the REAL reason for Christmas. The parties, the decorations, the food, the programs, the Christmas carols….all of them are wonderful. But they’re not THE reason why we celebrate. We are once again reminded that God loved us, His creation, with a love so far beyond our comprehension, that He would take on OUR sinful form, live the life that we cannot live on our own, and be that perfect sacrifice to take away our sins once and for all. This is why Christmas is so joyful. This is why everything happens. We give gifts to one another, because God has given us the best gift that we could have ever received. It is my hope and prayer as you listen to the Christmas carols this season, as you sing the songs and hymns in worship, that the REAL message of Christmas resonates in your heart and spirit!