If you have ever thought about joining the Music Ministry...now is the time! Share your talents with all of God’s people. Information on rehearsal days/times are listed below.
Saturday 5:00pm Choir
The choir is made up of men and women who are dedicated to the liturgical sung prayer of the community. Comprised of mixed voices, this choir sings at every Saturday evening Mass as well as other liturgies. Rehearsals are at 4:00pm before Mass. Previous musical experience is not required. Anyone is welcome to be a part of our ministry.
Sunday 11:00am Choir
This choir is made of men and women who minister from mid-August until mid-June. They are comprised of the traditional Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bass sections. Regular attendance at Tuesday evening rehearsals (7:00-8:15 pm) and Sunday Mass is an important and rewarding part of the choir’s ministry. All adults and teens are welcome to join this hospitable group.
The new bilingual children’s choir will sing at one children-led Mass a month (2nd Sundays at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm, alternating monthly) and on other occasions. The choir is open to children in grades 2-8. Rehearsals are on Thursdays from 7:00 - 8:00pm. All children are invited to learn new music in both English and Spanish and to praise our God in joyful song!
Cantors are selected from the parish choirs. Strong spirituality and an ability to develop the skills necessary to lead the assembly in sung prayer are necessary. The cantor must demonstrate a particular degree of vocal skills as well as commitment to the liturgical assembly. Cantors are usually selected following a time of commitment to the choir. Cantors must have an understanding of the liturgy and be comfortable singing alone at times.
We welcome those who are gifted with the ability to play an instrument. Various instrumentalists minister at designated Masses. Participation as an instrumentalist is dependent upon the proficiency level of the player. Rehearsals are usually scheduled as needed prior to the designated Masses. Instrumentalists are always welcome, especially during the Christmas and Easter seasons.