Music

 

Opportunities Abound!

All Saints has a rich music ministry.  The choirs and instrument groups who provide music for our worship at All Saints are listed below. Each one welcomes new members.

Rehearsals are generally held from September through May.

We have a wonderful Schantz pipe organ that enhances the worship experience.  (Learn more)

Choir members, to access your group’s rehearsal and performance schedule click here.

Children’s and Youth Choirs

Alleluia Choir

Directed by Jim Hild.
For children grades 1-5.

Meet Wednesdays at 7 p.m.

Alleluia Registration Form

Email Jim Hild for more information.

 

Youth Choir

Directed by Jim Hild.
Designed for 6th – 12th grade youth and their friends.

Meet Wednesdays at 6 p.m. 

Youth Choir Registration Form

Email Jim Hild for more information.

 Click here to listen to the Youth Choir

 

Instrumental Ensembles

Brass Ensembles

Directed by Jim Hild.

Resident brass ensemble. For anyone who plays a brass instrument (trumpet, trombone, euphonium, French horn, tuba).
Rehearsals as needed.

Email Jim Hild for more information.

Carillon Bell Choir

Directed by Jim Hild.
An advanced handbell choir for youth and adults.
Meets Tuesdays at 7:15pm (new day and time)
Email Jim Hild
for more information.

Contemporary Worship Band

Directed by Colleen Everitt.
Provides instrumental worship music for the contemporary service.

Email Colleen Everitt for more information.

Adult Choirs

 

New Voice

Directed by Colleen Everitt.
Choir dedicated to the 11 a.m. worship service with music of a more “contemporary style.”
Meets Sundays at 12:20 pm.

Email Colleen Everitt for more information.

 

Saints Chorale

Directed by Jim Hild.
Adult choir which sings primarily for the 9:30 a.m. worship service.
Meets Wednesdays at 7:45 p.m.
Email Jim Hild
for more information.

 

Now You Can Sing Along

“Hymns of our Faith” was originally produced to help the children of the Alleluia Choir memorize their hymns. Now you are able to listen and sing along with some of them. Just click here to find them.