The Calvary Choir is comprised of singers with a wide range of musical backgrounds. The choir sings in 2-3 Sunday morning worship services from September through May, participates in the annual Calvary Christmas concert as well as a few other concerts throughout the year. The Choir is accepting new members through the month of September. Contact Mark Duncan or the church office for more information.
The Calvary Praise Team is an ensemble of vocalist who vocally lead our congregation in worship at each Sunday service. Praise Team members are typically selected from The Calvary Choir.
The Calvary Praise Band is made up of rhythm section instruments: piano, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, drums and keyboard. We seek to rotate several players for each instrument throughout each month. An audition is required.
The Calvary orchestra is made up of woodwind, string, brass and percussion players. The orchestra plays approximately three weeks a month in the morning services from September through May. An audition is required and there are openings for full-time and substitute players.
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Children & Youth
WeePraisers is a 10-week creative arts class for 4 year olds through Kindergarten on Sunday evenings. Children will attend the beginning of the evening service with their parents, and will be dismissed from there to the class.
WeePraisers meet in Rooms 100-102. The children are dismissed from the evening service.
Kid's Praise! is a group of children in grades 1–5 who are enthusiastic about music, singing and worship! Kids learn to worship through song while discovering and developing creative ways to praise our Lord! We rehearse on Sunday evenings at 5:30 p.m. during the school year and help lead worship in Calvary services at various times throughout the year. In addition, we spend most of our second semester preparing a Spring musical, which typically involves both song and drama, as well as other worship areas.