Church Music Programs
The Senior Choir at Redeemer is comprised of confirmed members of the congregation.They lead the 11 am service most weeks during the school year. Their repertoire includes classical choral music, as well as gospel, contemporary, and praise style music. They rehearse on Thursday evenings from 7:30 pm – 8:45 pm, except during Lent, when they rehearse following the Wednesday evening services.
The Matins Choir sings once a month at the 8 am service. This group is also comprised of confirmed members of the congregation, and they rehearse on Sunday mornings from 9:15 am – 10:15 am. They sing varying styles of music, and enjoy lively rehearsals.
The Redeemer Choir is a combination of the two adult vocal choirs, and any others who may wish to join them for our Palm Sunday cantata. This requires attending at least 5 rehearsals prior to the cantata, plus the Saturday morning rehearsal the day before the presentation.
If you would like to add your voice to any of our Adult Choirs please feel free to speak to our choir director Leigh-Ann Powers, or any member of the choir.
Children’s Choir is for all children age 5 to sixth grade. Rehearsals are Sunday mornings from 10:30 -11am in the Social Hall..
This choir sings once a month from September through May. Come “Make a Joyful Noise” with Ms. Sammy!!!
Youth Choir involves grades 7 - college age. We practice 2 - 3 times a month, usually at 9am on Sunday mornings. Occasionally, we may have an after church rehearsal. During January and February, when the youth are preparing for Youth Weekend, we practice the music after church rather than 9am. Youth Choir sings approximately one time a month, usually at the 11pm Service. Come “Make a Joyful Noise” with Mrs. Sterner
The Jubilate Ringers are Redeemer’s fine hand bell choir made up of members of the congregation of all ages. They rehearse on Thursday evenings from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm and usually play once a month at one of our services. If you would like to join our ringers or learn more about us please feel free to speak to our choir director Leigh-Ann Powers.