CHOIRS

Cherub Choir
The Cherub Choir is for our youngest singers, K-2. The children add their voices to worship about once a month in addition to a special presentations at Christmas and in the spring.
Rehearsals: Wednesdays 4:15 – 4:55 under the direction of Ruth Ideen-Sall.

Carol Choir
The Carol Choir is for children grades 3-6. The choir sings once a month in worship and participates in the annual Christmas by Candlelight programs, as well as ongoing presentations of Christian musicals and participation in children’s choir festivals.
Rehearsals: Wednesdays 5:00 – 6:00 under the direction of Ruth Ideen-Sall.

Chapel Choir
The Chapel Choir is for youth grades 7-12. In addition to choral leadership of worship each Sunday at 10:00, the choir tours every spring in a combined music and mission event weekend, as well as Christmas by Candlelight concerts and occasional festivals.
Rehearsals: Sunday evenings 6:00 – 7:15 under the direction of John Sall.

Chancel Choir
The Chancel Choir is open to all youth and adult singers High School and up. In addition to choral leadership of worship each Sunday at 10:00, this choir forms the core of the Oratorio Choir. Sunday worship includes a variety of musical traditions but is centered in new and classic settings of anthems, hymns, and spirituals for choir and organ, with some a cappella works and global worship music. Rehearsals: Thursday evenings 7:30 – 8:30 under the direction of John Sall.

Oratorio Choir
The Oratorio Choir is open to all singers from the community regardless of religious membership. The choir joins with the Abington Symphony Orchestra to present major works each season as a part of the Music at Abington series. Programs include the two Christmas by Candlelight programs, an Annual Memorial Concert in the spring featuring a major work from the classic Requiem and Oratorio literature, and regular appearances on fall and spring concerts with the orchestra.
Rehearsals: Thursday evenings 8:30 – 9:30 with occasional added workshops and dress rehearsals as announced, under the direction of John Sall.