Community Church Singers
Community Church Singers, with Ruth Gibson as "Mother Nature,"
performing "When You're Good to Mama,"
with special lyrics by Ed Steffes, for the 2018 Music Gala.
The Community Church Singers is open to all adults, regardless of previous vocal training. It was formed to fill the need for those congregation members who love to sing, but either don’t feel ready for the commitment of a weekly rehearsal and performance schedule, or feel unqualified to learn and sing relatively difficult SATB (4-part harmony) material sung by the Community Church Choir. It’s often called the “fun choir.”
You can find all the latest information on rehearsals and service singing for the Community Church Singers on their Google Calendar, or just consult the embedded calendar below.
Material ranges from unison to simple 4-part music, arranged to match the level and interest of group members. During the church year (mid-August through early June) the Community Church Singers rehearses for an hour every other Sunday, 15 minutes after the second service. They generally sing for both services on average once a month. The material tends to be upbeat and fun, and often humorous. There are almost always MP3 audio files made available online for home study, with separate files emphasizing each vocal part.
Material covers a wide range of styles, with an emphasis on more contemporary music. In this past church year, for instance, the Community Church Singers have performed:
Contact music director Glenn Mehrbach (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.