"God is Spirit, and His worshippers must worship in Spirit and in truth"
The Music Ministry at First United Methodist Church, Springtown offers people opportunities to lead in worship. We bring people together to learn more about music and have fun while witnessing to our faith by leading in worship on Sunday mornings. Each week at our 11:00 am service in the Sanctuary, we present a diverse selection of music. First UMC of Springtown is very blessed with many talented singers and musicians. There are many volunteers who give of their time and talents week after week to bring inspiring music to our worship services.
The Chancel Choir consists of a dedicated group of singers who provide anthems for our Sunday 11:00 am service. They also work very hard several times a year to present special programs, including a Christmas Cantata and Easter Cantata to help our congregation celebrate these holy seasons. The choir practices every Wednesday at 7:15, and anyone who loves to sing is invited to come join us.
Our Handbell Choir rings occasionally at our Sunday services and always provides beautiful and inspiring music for those who come to worship on those Sunday mornings. They rehearse on Wednesday evenings from
5:00 - 6:00 pm and always
love to welcome new ringers!
Our Children's Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings as part of a larger program from 6:00 - 7:00 pm during the school year. They also sing in worship on a regular basis.
We also have a gospel quartet, known as "The Quartet" and another contemporary group, "Joyful Noise," both of whom provide music at various times, along with many talented soloists who show their love for the Lord through music.
Worshipping the Lord through music is important to many, and all who make up our music program hope that the Lord will use us to touch hearts through music. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please contact the office. We are now looking for a new Music Ministry leader.
"Serve the Lord with gladness: come before his presence with
singing." Psalms 100:2