Welcome and thank you for visiting the Music at Zion page. As you read the information below, you will find we are diverse in our music making, but our goals are the same. In our music making, we strive to do the following:
- PROCLAMATION – Proclaim the GOSPEL in song
- ACCLAMATION – Praise God in song
- EDIFICATION – Lift us God’s people in song
You are invited to read on for more information about Music at Zion. There are many ways that YOU can become involved in our musical proclamation and I encourage you to prayerfully consider how you will become involved!. What to know more? E-mail, call or stop by, you are always welcome here at Zion! Thank you for visiting the Music at Zion page. I hope to see you in worship (or maybe even at a rehearsal) soon.
Rob Meyer, Director of Music
…music’s ultimate goal is ‘Gloria in excelsis’.
– Helmuth Rilling
Director: Rob Meyer
The Chancel Choir is Zion’s adult choir and is open to all who are confirmation age and older. The choir sings for worship three to four times a month and for festival services. They sing service music, hymn settings, and anthems from a variety of time periods and in a variety of styles. The Chancel Choir rehearses on Thursday from 7:30-9:00 pm in the Sanctuary.
Coordinator: Rob Meyer
The Zion Singers is a group of individuals with daytime availability from inside and outside the membership of Zion. This group meets once a month (usually on the 4th Friday) from September – May. They rehearse for an hour and then go to a Retirement Center to present a brief program for an audience of the residents.
Music at Zion offers many opportunities for people of all ages to participate musically in worship. Our goals for children’s music at Zion are to provide children with musical opportunities that allow them to:
- Sing, ring and play music in worship
- Lead God’s people in worship
- Just plain have fun
For more information and a schedule of rehearsals and singing dates, contact our Director of Music.
Children’s Summer Camp
Hearts, Hands, and Voices Music and Worship Camp
Zion Lutheran Church supports Hearts, Hands, and Voices Worship and Fine Arts Camp. For more information, visit the Hearts, Hands and Voices website.
Director: Rob Meyer
Zion Handbells ring for worship once a month and for festival services in the church year. This ensemble rings on five octaves of Whitechapel Handbells and three octaves of Malmark Handchimes. Zion Handbells is open to all who are confirmation age and older. Prior experience ringing is not required. We will gladly teach you all that you need to know to ring bells. Zion Handbells rehearses on Thursday from 6:00-7:30 pm in the Sanctuary.
Zion Brass plays for services throughout the church year, especially for festival services and other occasions in the church year. Zion Brass rehearsal times are set seasonally to accommodate the schedules of those in the ensemble.
Zion welcomes a variety of instrumentalists to play as part of our worship services.
Director: Tim VanRiper
The Zion Praise Band, Liberty Street, leads worship at the 11:00 am service. The Praise Band rehearses on Wednesday from 6:45-8:15 in the Sanctuary. Instrumentation consists of drums, bass, guitar, keyboard, horns, and vocals. Anyone who feels called by God to share their talents in this ministry can contact our Director of Music or visit a rehearsal.
- Zion’s Praise Band has created a CD of songs they often play in worship! Copies of the CD can be purchased at Zion or click here to download through iTunes.
Zion Summer Ring is an opportunity for ringers to come together and ring into the summer months. We ring on Thursday evenings in the summer for several weeks, starting at 6 p.m. Each week, we teach, review, discuss, or learn some basic (sometimes advanced) principle or technique related to ringing English handbells. Summer Ring is led by Zion’s Director of Music, Rob Meyer.
Concerts at Zion
There are no concerts or recitals scheduled at this time. Please refer back to this page for more information.
For More Information about Music at Zion…
Please contact Rob Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org).