Music and Arts at First
First Lutheran Church embraces the arts as an opportunity to Share Christ's Love. Children's choirs, praise teams, instrumental groups, adult choir and bell choir all provide music for worship services. Instrumental and vocal soloists
share their musical gifts during worship and other events. Artists create visual expressions that bring meaning, richness
and texture to our worship experience. Drama and dance also provide ways to glorify God and share the love of Christ
There's room in the choir for you! Singers and instrumentalists are welcome to join any of the music ministries at
First at any time.
Faithtime - Follow the link for information on the music & education program for kindergarten thorugh sixth grade.
Sanctuary Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 7 to 8 p.m. All adults are invited to join. The Sanctuary Choir provides worship leadership andl music at the 8:30 a.m. Traditional service. A love for singing, worship, fellowship and
fun is all that is required. New this year!—high school youth are warmly encouraged to join us!
Praise Teams lead worship and provide music at Sunday's 10:00 a.m. Contemporary service. Vocalists and instrumentalists rehearse as scheduled by the Director of Worship & Music.
Glory Ringers bell choir rehearses on Thursday evenings from 7 to 8:15 p.m. All adults are invited to join. A basic ability
to read music and count rhythm is helpful.
Special Music - Vocal and instrumental soloists and ensembles provide special music for all services. If you have musical
gifts you would like to share contact Linda Schmidt, Director of Worship & Music.
If you have any questions about any of these music and arts ministries, please contact Linda Schmidt, Director of Worship
& Music at 944-3196 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
First Music and Arts Fund
The church council approved a resolution to establish a First Lutheran Music and Arts Fund. Steve Hawk, member of First Lutheran recommended establishing this fund as a method to provide for supplemental funding of the First Lutheran Music
and Arts program, specifically for expenses not directly provided for in the annual budget such as music, stage and prop supplies, special performance fees, expenses associated with special performances, church décor and artwork, seminars at First Lutheran, puppets, and anything else deemed necessary by Linda Schmidt, Director of Worhsip & Music and the Pastor. Money in this fund is not to be used for anything covered by the organ and bell fund or for capital improvement. If you have enjoyed the Big Band worship service in the park, children's musicals, jazz worship on Transfiguration Sunday, the Sanctuary Choir presentation of The Messiah, or special decorations and artwork, consider donating to this fund. Checks can be made payable to First Lutheran Church with a note in the memo line indicating the donation is for the "Music and Arts Fund."