Our Traditional Music ensembles include: 8:30 am Choir, Chancel Choir, Chamber Singers, Solace, Jubilee Handbells, Olde Tyme Strummers, Caring Choir, Men's Ensemble, Children's Choir, Flutes a bec, Cantors, Acolyte/Cross Bearers, Soloists, Liturgical Dance Troop, and Instrumentalists. Each group fulfills our Music Ministries Mission of worshiping, praising, and serving God together through music. Along with our vision: to create a holy and nourishing environment where the worship and praise of God through music can flourish, to produce and present appropriate music of the highest quality to enhance and support our worship, to share the good news of Jesus Christ through our music, to build and express our unity in Christ through through music.
Contemporary music creates an environment for all to connect with God and experience the presence and power of the Holy Spirit through the arts. This is accomplished through contemporary worship music, classic hymn arrangements, popular music, and videos–all which lead people to a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
We are always looking for instrumentalists, vocalists, sound/media presentation operators and other creative minds to join our band. Learn more about how you can get involved with the Ignite worship service with the contact information below.
At First United Methodist Church, we have a Concert Series where local musicians give of their time and talent. Our concerts are generally held on the thrid Sunday of each month at 4:00 pm. Check out the 2019-2020 FUMC Concert Series for more details.
The Music Ministry of First United Methodist Church is a family of many
choirs and ensembles which span age groups from children to adults.
All musicians are volunteers and provide varied genres of music.
A weekly newsletter, Music Notes, is published and emailed to all members of the Music Ministry.
If you would like to receive a copy each week, contact the Director of Music at the link below and your email address will be added.
Director of Music Director of Contemporary Music