Music

St. Paul's is home to a variety of talented groups and musicians. From the Bell Choir and Adult Choir to the Worship Teams leading our 9:15 and 10:30 worship, to soloists sharing musical offerings during services, we have many opportunities to use your musical gifts.


If you are interested in any of our musical opportunities or have a new idea, we'd love to hear from you! Please contact:

Stacey Lewandowski

s.lewandowski@stpaulsinhanover.org

Music Calendar

Adult Choir

Adult Choir is open to high school kids and adults of any age. New voices are always welcome! We work with a wide variety of singing levels and abilities - please come and help us "make a joyful noise to the Lord!"

We sing approximately 3 times a month during the program year (Sept. - May), as well as for occasional special services. The choir also offers the Festival of Lessons and Carols during the Advent/Christmas season and a Hymn Fest in the spring. We know schedules are busy and will work with the time you can give us!

Rehearsals are Wednesday's at 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary.

BELL CHOIR

Our bell choir uses hand chimes, which are different from conventional bells but have a lovely sound and can play much of the same music.

The Bell Choir plays approximately once a month during the program year (Sept. - May), including sharing Christmas Worship With The Bells each year in December.

Rehearsals are Mondays at 7PM in the Library /Music Room.

Worship teams

St. Paul's Worship Teams alternate weeks to help lead music at the 9:15 and 10:30 worship services.

We are always looking to add more singers and instrumentalists - guitarist, percussion (mostly hand-held percussion such as bongos and tambourines), substitute keyboard players, flute, etc. Groups are open to Jr. High age up through adults.

Rehearsal times vary. See the music calendar at the top of this page for more information.

SOLOISTS/small groups

If you have a musical gift you'd like to share with us we'd love to hear it. We are always looking for soloists and instrumentalists to share offerings during our worship services. If a formal organized group isn't your thing but you'd like to play, sing or do something with our music ministry, let us know and we'll find a place for you!

All ages are welcome!

We have opportunities for soloists and small groups (for example we usually have a brass group that plays during our Easter Services. We also utilize numerous soloists during the Advent/Christmas seasons.