We are blessed to have so many people with diverse musical backgrounds, united to create inspiring music to God’s glory. Music on Sunday mornings and at special worship services, concerts, and other programs throughout the year are open to all. People of all abilities and ages are welcome to participate in our musical groups, or help the ministry behind the scenes and in other ways.
Children’s and Youth Choirs: Brian Childers, director, email@example.com
Handbells for Adults, Youth, and Children: Brian Childers, director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Church in the Round song leaders and band: Jennifer Hough, director, email@example.com
Myers Park Strings: Evan Wesley Currie, director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chancel Choir: Evan Wesley Currie, email@example.com
Chamber Singers: Evan Wesley Currie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rehearsing on Wednesdays: Tinkerbells (handbells for K-2nd Graders), Alleluia Choir (K-1st Graders), Junior Choir (2nd-5th Graders). Rehearsing on Sundays: Junior Bells (handbells for 3rd-5th Graders), Youth Bells (handbells for 6th-12th Graders), and Youth Choir (6th-12th Graders). See the registration descriptions for rehearsal times. For more information, email Director Brian Childers at email@example.com.
We had a wonderful summer of music: A Midsummer Night’s Serenade. Click the links to watch. You can also view the program.
Click here to view more of our previous Midday Music Programs. Stay tuned for our Fall Midday Music programs beginning September 15.
Established in memory of the first full-time music director at Myers Park United Methodist Church, the Walter Herbert Ball Endowment Fund for Music provides funding for music programs of the church for which he labored so long and so faithfully. The Fund has been used to underwrite concerts and educational workshops with international clinicians and artists for our choirs and community. It has also provided funding for the commission of new sacred music, supported portions of the church’s Music at Myers Park Series, and subsidized the Chancel Choir’s tours to England, Austria, the Czech Republic, and New York City. All contributions remain as principal, with only the interest from contributions being spent.