Music

Martin Luther felt strongly about music: "I truly desire that all Christians would love and regard as worthy the lovely gift of music, which is a precious, worthy, and costly treasure given … by God.

Thank you to the "Bless the Years" Choir. This was an open choir for all who wanted to sing for the 8:30 and 11:00 services on "Bless The Years Sunday", September 11, 2016. The music was inspiring - thank you for serving!

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Music at St Paul – contact Deacon Kathleen if you are interested in any of these:

8:30 am Service Choir – rehearses Thursdays 7:15 pm

9:45 am YaWaY Worship Band - rehearses Mondays          6 pm. See Chris Morgan, music leader of the band

11:00 am Service Choir – rehearses Wednesdays 7:15 pm

Men For Him Men’s Ensemble - see Deacon Kathleen

Bella Musica – Women’s Ensemble - see Deacon Kathleen

The Joyful Noise Ringers Handbells Sundays, 5 pm - love to Ring and Chime!

The St Paul Cantorum - Vocalists who read music and do much of their own preparation. The Cantorum provides Classical and other more complicated music for special occasions.

The Requiem Choir – meets for funerals and memorial services

The Children’s Choir – Wednesdays, 3:45 pm in Children's Choir room - Stephanie Threlkeld - Director

The Wind Ensemble/Instrumentalists – open to anyone who plays a wind, brass or percussion instrument! See the Director of Music Ministries (Deacon Kathleen) for info.

Aiken Civic Orchestra - St. Paul Lutheran Church hosts the Aiken Civic Orchestra. They rehearse Thursday nights at 8:30 pm. These enthusiastic string players perform under the baton of Mestro Adam DePriest, local conductor, violinist and string teacher.

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