Take a look at photos of our Here to Serve projects happening all around the FPC Campus.
Our Music Ministry exists to fulfill our mission “to Glorify God and enjoy him forever.” Beyond that, we also GROW in Christ-likeness through learning to sing truths that are essential to our faith, GIVE ourselves in ministry through our singing, and GO forth in mission into the local community and abroad through concerts and other venues. At all times, we joyfully lift our voices to the Lord!
Thursday Night Rehearsal | 7:15-9:30 pm | CE 240
Dr. John Yarrington, Director
The Chancel Choir leads the weekly 10:45 AM Traditional Service with hymns and anthems. In addition, the Chancel Choir offers special choral concerts and participates in community ministry projects.
Wednesday Night Rehearsal | 7-8:30pm | CE-240
Sanctuary Singers is a chamber ensemble within FPC that reflects Christ’s presence through worship and song with diverse styles of repertoire including jazz, gospel, contemporary and classical. This choir also leads special services of worship and participates in local mission projects. Can’t make Wednesday night rehearsals? The Sanctuary Singers invite all willing voices to join in leading worship on the fifth Sunday of each month that has a fifth Sunday. Meet in the sanctuary at 7:50 AM.
Thursday Night Rehearsal | 6-7pm | CE 240
Our adult handbell ensemble begins fall rehearsal on Thurs, Sept 13 at 6:00pm in Room CE 240. If you are interested in being a part of a truly invigorating music ensemble, consider joining us.
For more information, contact Cynthia Blackwell
Sunday Afternoon Rehearsal | 4:30-6pm | CE 240
Leigh Shipman, Director
Resound! is a choir for youth grades 6–12. They rehearse every Sunday from mid-September through mid-May.
Resound! sings regularly in worship services and participates in state-wide and national choir events, such as the YouthCue Festival at Baylor University. The choir also does outreach through local missions opportunities.
New members are welcome throughout the year! For more information, contact Leigh Shipman.