Open to all adults and youth. The Sanctuary Choir performs weekly during the Sunday services and provides special music throughout the year. Of special significance are the annual Christmas cantatas, combining the choir with a variety of instrumentalists and dramatists. The Sanctuary Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings after the weekly program hour.
Open to all youth and adults. This ensemble continues a long tradition of excellence in English handbell ringing. They perform regularly in worship, presenting handbell anthems and also accompanying soloists and choirs. They rehearse on Wednesday evenings.
Men’s and Women’s Ensembles
Open to men and women of all ages. These ensembles perform unison, two, three and four-part music, both accompanied and a cappella. They enjoy a rich fellowship in addition to their musical harmonies. They bring music to Sunday worship services, and also receive invitations to perform for functions outside the church.
A spin-off group from the Sanctuary Choir that performs choir anthems for some 8:30 worship services. Their rehearsal time is the same as that for the Sanctuary Choir.
A multi-generational ensemble open to musicians of all ability levels. This group meets seasonally as we prepare for Christmas and Lenten/Easter specials.
For information on any of the above opportunities, please contact Dr. Diane Earle at email@example.com
A group of amateur folk musicians with a wide variety of abilities. They combine dulcimer, guitars, fiddles, and other folk instruments and then take their music to our shut-ins. This group rehearses on Wednesday evenings and welcomes all interested players regardless of experience. For additional information, contact Joan Kolok at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday Music Rehearsal Schedule
5:30 p.m. Handbell Choir, Sanctuary
6:00 p.m. Children’s Choir, children’s choir room
6:00 p.m. God’s Troubadours, Chapel
7:15 p.m. Sanctuary Choir, choir room
8:15 p.m. Men’s Ensemble (odd months); Women’s Ensemble (even months), choir room
The Good Samaritan Concert Series
- – to heighten awareness of Settle’s community ministries
- – to enhance the music and worship experience at Settle
- – to benefit our partners in ministry and our Good Samaritan program
- – to enrich our community through the powerful gift of music
The Good Samaritan Series is a series of three concerts of varying styles to benefit our partners in ministry, and to allow additional creative outreach for our music ministry. For additional information, contact Dr. Diane Earle at email@example.com.