Music

The music ministry of First Presbyterian Church encompasses choirs for all ages, handbells, a contemporary band, and a bluegrass band. It also offers the Sanctuary Concert Series, which features several musicians and ensembles throughout the year. Whether you're a musician yourself, a music connoisseur, or a casual listener, there's something for everyone!

If you have any questions about our music ministry, please contact Daniel Hamilton, Director of Music.

Sanctuary Concert Series

Sanctuary Concert Series

The First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Concert Series presents five unique concerts each year. These concerts feature a variety of stellar musicians and are free if charge thanks to our outstanding sponsors. The series will resume this fall on Sunday, October 18 at 5:00 PM featuring Carolyn Mumford, harp.

Sanctuary Choir

Sanctuary Choir

Our Sanctuary Choir meets on Wednesdays at 7:00 PM in the Choir Room. All high school youth and adults are invited to come and sing in the Sanctuary Choir. No music reading ability is necessary, just a joy of singing!

Handbell Choir

Carillon Ringers

Our Carillon Ringers handbell choir meets on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM in the Handbell Room. All high school youth and adults are invited to participate! Music reading knowledge and handbell experience are not required but certainly are a plus.

Children's Choir

Children's Choir

Children age 3 to 5th grade are invited to sing in the Children's Choir! This is a part of the Sunday afternoon children's activities. Children are involved from 4:00 to 5:30 PM.

Water to Wine Band

Water to Wine Band

Adults and Youth are welcome! Our Water to Wine Band leads the music in select 8:45 AM and 11:00 AM Sunday worship services throughout the year. Rehearsals are 6:00 - 7:00 PM on Wednesdays in Room 30.

Contact John Gordon, Director, for more information.
Lookout Mountain Band

Lookout Mountain Band

The Lookout Mountain Band, with the Dixie Darlin's , is open to anyone who can play a stringed instrument and/or enjoys singing Bluegrass and Gospel music. This group shares their music in worship and the community.

Contact Debbie Grinton for more information.