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Looking for a way to serve the church? Join one of St. Andrew's  choirs!

The Sanctuary Choir meets Thursdays from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Anyone 13 years of age and older is welcome to join. We sing every Sunday. Our repertoire ranges from classical to contemporary.

  • You can be a part-timer, meaning you can come when your schedule permits.
  • Reading music is not required, we'll teach you everything you need to know in a matter of a few weeks.
Celeste Choir
The Celeste Choir meets on Sunday mornings during part of the Christian Education hour. (grades 1 -7) They sing on Sundays throughout the school year as well as special performances during the Christmas season.


The Chapel Bells  meets on Thursday evenings from 6:30- 7:30 PM This choir is intergenerational (ages 10 and up). If you can read music this choir is for you.



Soulful Strings - If you play guitar, join our contemporary group that leads the congregation in music once a month. This is usually the second Saturday of the month at the 5:00 PM service.

Special Music Services
We have special interactive family service on Christmas Eve at 4 PM designed for the very young and the young at heart.

Christmas Eve features the Celeste Choir at the 4 PM service. The Sanctuary and Hand Bell Choirs are featured at the 7 PM service and instrumental and vocal solos are featured at the 10 PM service. T

On Palm Sunday we have a festive procession with joy filled music, then the tone changes with a  reading of our Lord's Passion, including prayerful hymns with music from our choirs and instrumentalists.

On Easter Sunday all of our choirs perform with brass and percussion to celebrate the resurrection of our  Lord.

For more information or to join one or more of the choirs, please contact us in the church office.

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