First Presbyterian Church is committed to expressing our love of God through spirited, creative, and inspirational worship in the Reformed tradition. Music is an important part of our service and there are many opportunities at First Presbyterian to glorify God with music.

Our worship includes many styles of music from praise music to jazz to traditional and contemporary Christian composers.

Sanctuary Choir is open to all adults who love to sing! The Sanctuary Choir is a regular presence in worship services and often participates in benefit concerts. Youth in grades nine through twelve will join the Sanctuary Choir for special occasions.

Renaissance Ringers is our Handbell Choir which is open to high school students and adults who are able to read music notes and rhythms. The group will meet on Wednesdays at 6:15 p.m. We will be meeting in six separate blocks of four to five rehearsal time to prepare for worship services and special events throughout the season from October through May.

Our Joyful Noize Singers and Ringers offers opportunities for Christian and personal expression through music and drama in grades one through eight. The emphasis will be on developing singing and ringing skills which will be sprinkled with drama activities. Christ is the center of all our activities and the spiritual growth of children a priority. This Wednesday afternoon program offers a safe, nurturing, Christian environment, where children are encouraged to express their creativity through the arts. Joyful Noize meets throughout the school year and activities include: Musicals for Christmas and Mother’s Day; Christian drama; and various art projects that celebrate the Christian faith. Read more in our Joyful Noize Brochure and Registration Form.