St. Mark's United Methodist Church
Friday, October 31, 2014
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors

Music Ministries

Whether you are an amateur, professional or simply love to worship through music, the St. Mark's Music ministries have a place for you. St. Mark's provides opportunities for both contemporary and traditional worship. 
We invite you to explore ways that you and your family can serve God through music.

 

SANCTUARY CHOIR                        
HANDBELL CHOIR                    
CHILDREN'S CHOIR  

 

Sanctuary Choir - Dr. Eric Esparza, Director

Come and join St. Mark's Sanctuary Choir! Be a part of a long, fine tradition. Be a part and sing the past... and the future. Be a part without an audition. A soprano, alto, tenor, or bass part - all are welcome and needed!

Rehearsals are every Wednesday at 7:o0 pm. In the Choir room behind the sanctuary. The sanctuary choir participates in the Sunday 10:50am services, and is involved in events throughout the year including the Christmas Pageant, Christmas Eve Service, and Easter Service.

Enjoy fun and fellowship with others who have a love for music. No previous experience is required, just an enjoyment of singing and a willingness to learn. Child care is provided. 

 

Handbell Choir

The Handbell Ringers play during the year and perform at other special events including "Lights in the Heights" and St. Mark's annual Christmas Pageant. Rehearsals are on Wednesday at 6:15 pm. Child care is provided. 

 

  

Children's Choir

Children's choir practice meet Wednesday nights, 6:00-6:30 pm open to all children Kindergarten and up. Meet in the Children's Church room (room 103). No experience necessary. This is part of our children's faith journey to learn the songs of our faith.  Children’s Choir Director is Sierah Ayala studied Music Education and was a voice major at Sam Houston State University. Special performances throughout the year, including the Christmas Pageant. Children from kindergarten through fifth grade are welcome!  Questions, contact Lisa Martinson.