Church Choirs and Musicians

We have an adult choir which sings at worship services several Sundays a month throughout the year (except for July and August). Singing in the choir is fun! Under the Direction of Music Director, Ken Ewan, the choir is open to all who love to sing and will make the commitment to regularly attend weekly choir rehearsals (currently on Wednesday nights at 7:30 p.m.) and on Sundays when the choir sings. We sing music from all periods and origins to enhance the worship experience and illustrate the diversity of traditions from which Unitarian Universalism draws inspiration.

The handbell choir practices each Sunday at 12:00p.m. It is a group that allows people to participate in the musical life of the church who may not have vocal or instrumental skills (this does not in any way exclude the latter). The choir performs every few months (especially at Christmas, Easter and All Music Sundays). Participants do not need a previous knowledge of music or music reading skills. They are taught as music is rehearsed.

Natasha Steinmacher is our wonderful church accompanist. In addition to accompanying the choir (she also does local and denominational work), vocal and instrumental soloists, Natasha is a coloratura soprano. She frequently performs solos and group singing for services and special programs. She has also appeared in many stage productions in the area.

In addition to the choirs, Sunday services are often enriched by the musical gifts of members and friends on piano, flute, violin, viola, guitar, and voice. The level of the talent in the congregation is remarkable and it is delightful to see our members, their children and guests perform.Questions or comments? Complete the Contact Us form.