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Music Ministry

Worship Music
The Music Ministry at St. John’s United Methodist Church-Greensboro uses music to generate excitement, beauty, and inspiration in our services of worship. The choral program is intended to nurture those involved and to give a means of contributing in worship, outreach, and praise, as well as an opportunity for personal growth and enjoyment. Our Music Ministry welcomes anyone who would like to join us in this most rewarding endeavor. Anyone wishing to receive more information about participating in our Music Ministry can contact Lloyd Eubanks, Director of Music.

 

            

Chancel ChoirChoir 5-23-2010

The Chancel Choir provides worship leadership each Sunday at the 11:00 am service. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm. The Chancel Choir is our vocal ensemble and is at the very heart of the Ministry of Music at St. John’s and leads worship each Sunday at 11:00am! This choral group provides a wide variety of anthems and special music from great choral classics to wonderful Spirituals, Gospel Music, and Hymn Arrangements.

The Chancel Choir rehearses each Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 8:30 pm from late August through June.  New members are always welcome – no matter what your level of musical ability.

The St. John’s UMC Music Ministry is under the direction of Lloyd Eubanks, who is in his 27th year as Director of Music. Lydia Bolmer is the organist/accompanist. Other keyboardists include Jackie Johnson.

The Chancel Choir is open to high school students and adults, offering many opportunities for musicians to participate. The Chancel Choir presents anthems and responses at the 11:00 a.m. Worship Service, as well as other special Services and events. The Chancel Choir presents an annual Christmas cantata, as well as special presentations during Holy Week and Easter. September through June, the Chancel Choir rehearses Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m.

Solo opportunities are available for singers and instrumentalists during preludes, offertories, and other events that require special music.