The music program at CPC is comprised of many different groups whose primary goal is to lead God’s people in worship. Here are some of the activities that are used to accomplish this:
The sanctuary choir is a non-auditioned group comprised of members whose skills range from semi-professional musicians to shower stars. Through music the choir focuses on aspects of God and His Word through singing a wide range of excellent music from all the ages. The choir meets for regular rehearsal each Wednesday night from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. and also at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday mornings. Nursery is provided for each rehearsal. New potential choir members are always welcome.
CPC is blessed to have this group of talented women who minister through song on a regular basis. The group, under the direction of Linda Lander, leads in worship every quarter in beautiful three- or four-part harmony.
Every summer, CPC holds Music Camp for children age five through sixth grade. This week-long camp, June 6-10, focuses on a Bible-based musical that the children present on the Sunday evening following the camp. Through learning music, children are taught spiritual truths which help plant the seeds of faith. Crafts, recreation, Bible class, and many other camp-style activities are enjoyed during this week-long event. This camp is open to anyone in the community. Please come to the church to register.
The handbell ensemble is a non-auditioned group comprised of members whose skills range from no musical experience to talented musicians of all ages starting in middle school. Through music the handbell ensemble participates in leading worship service about once a quarter.
The instrumental ensemble is a group comprised of members whose skills range from intermediate experience to talented musicians of ages starting in middle school. The instrumental ensemble enhances worship by playing with the morning hymns and worship songs.
Contact Jeremy Gaines, Minister of Music