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Music & Fine Arts News

Learn all about the many musical ensembles Plymouth's music program offers this fall.

Chancel Choir Rehearsals

Thursdays @ 7 pm

Do you love to sing? Did you sing in choir in high school and have not sung since? Come sing in the Chancel Choir! We are always look for more voices to add to this welcoming and friendly ensemble.

The choir sings a wide variety of music from the Renaissance through contemporary newly published works. Each year the choir sings two major choral works with orchestral accompaniment. The next major work will be on Sunday, December 11.

Don’t worry if you can’t make a strict weekly commitment. We still want you, AND we have at least two parties each year! Rehearsals are in the Mayflower Room on Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. Come ift your voice up to God in song!

Adult Handbell Choir

Rehearsals Sundays @ 5 pm

In 1974 the first three octave set of handbells was presented to Plymouth Church as a living memorial to Brad Fisher, who had passed away at the age of 11. That wonderful memorial started the tradition of a large and successful handbell program. Plymouth purchased additional handbells to accommodate the growing number of ringers. In addition to the original three-octave set, Plymouth owns a five-octave set and five octaves of handchimes.

Handbell ringing is a fun, collaborative ensemble where each person rings two bells. You don’t need to read music or have any previous experience; as we will teach you everything you need to know. Ringing is a hands-on team-building social musical ensemble. New ringers are always welcome.

Please contact Minister of Music & Fine Arts Kim Manz for more information.

Plymouth Strings

Rehearsals Wednesdays @ 7 pm

The Plymouth String ensemble rehearses Wednesday evenings from 7-8 p.m. in the Althaus Chapel. All string players playing at the high school level or above are invited. Plymouth Strings plays for worship several times throughout the year.

Please contact Minister of Music & Fine Arts Kim Manz for more information.

Woodwind Ensemble


Do you play flute, clarinet, oboe, sax, or bassoon? Would you be interested in playing in a woodwind ensemble at Plymouth? The ensemble could rehearse weekly. Or it could rehearse for a few weeks, play for worship, take a break and start up again.

Please contact Minister of Music & Fine Arts Kim Manz if you are interested in playing.


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