Music is at the heart of worship at FPCA. We believe in glorifying God through a variety of styles, instruments, and musicians. Choirs for all ages support and augment music in worship. Our congregation also includes many instrumentalists whose gifts are often welcomed into worship.
Jeremy Roberts, Director | This 45-voice adult choir rehearses on Wednesdays at 7:00pm and sings in Sunday services from September through early June. They also sing for All Saints, Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, and other special services. The Chancel Choir sings a varied repertoire, spanning from the renaissance music to 20ᵗʰ century music, spirituals, and contemporary compositions. No audition required.
Jeremy Roberts, Director | For 6ᵗʰ through 12ᵗʰ grades. The Youth Choir meets on Sundays from 4:30–5:15 pm, before Youth Supper and Youth Group. They sing or participate in worship at least once a month, as well as singing for special services such as All Saints, the Moravian Love Feast, Christmas Eve, Youth Sunday and Easter.
Jeremy Roberts, Director | For 2ⁿᵈ through 5ᵗʰ grades, the Choristers meet on Wednesdays from 5:00–6:00pm. They sing as a full choir, in smaller groups, and play a wide range of percussion instruments. They sing or participate in worship at least once a month, as well as for special services such as All Saints, the Moravian Love Feast, and Christmas Eve. Choristers is a great way for children to cultivate musical skills, musicianship, and learn about worship, all while having fun!
Kim Thomas, Director | For Kindergarten and 1ˢᵗ grade. This choir meets on Sunday mornings from 9:45–10:10am as a part of Bible Journeys. They sing for special services at different times of the year, including All Saints, the Moravian Love Feast, Christmas Eve, and Palm Sunday.
FPCA is home to many instrumentalists who are often found sharing their gifts on Sunday mornings. A brass ensemble plays regularly in worship and on festival days. Other ensembles are assembled as needed.
Instruments of the Church
The fine tradition of music at FPCA is supported by superb musical instruments. FPCA's sanctuary is home to the 2014 Holtkamp Organ and a Kawai grand piano.