Music at Covenant
Click here for "Preaching About the Choir" by Ed Dillery
O come, let us sing to the Lord....make a joyful noise (Psalm 95)
The Sopranos The Tenors
(Kate Rehling is absent from this picture.)
Covenant is a singing congregation! We like the old hymns—like “Fairest Lord Jesus” and “Silent Night”—as well as newer songs—like “Song of Hope” and “Change My Heart, O God.” Under the direction of conductor-organist Barbara Anderson, the Covenant Choir enjoys singing anthems from every era of the Christian Church, from early Kyries through Bach and Mozart to contemporary choral pieces. And the children’s choir, the Covenant Choristers, enhance worship with their lovely voices and angelic faces on special occasions and several other times during the year.
Do you like to sing? Whether you have musical training or just a strong desire to make music, you will find a warm welcome at any choir rehearsal. Come join us for the Advent season, with preparations beginning in October, or for Lent in the winter/spring months. Or participate in the annual culmination of the choral year each June as we dedicate an entire worship service to praising God through music.
The Basses The Altos
Ed Dillery is absent from this picture, see him in
the picture below, 3rd from the right.
Adult choir rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 7:30-9 pm, and Sunday mornings, 10-10:40 am. (There is also a special brush-up session—particularly for men’s sections—on Saturdays at 1:30 pm.) And for children age 3 through early teens, the Choristers rehearse each Sunday during the school year, immediately after worship. Come sing a NEW song! (Psalm 96)