Music

Music

Music

Mountain View United Methodist Church is blessed with a wealth of musicians, in a variety of musical styles. We are pleased to offer many opportunities for budding to seasoned musicians of all backgrounds to worship and collaborate together. From Gregorian chant to Contemporary Christian or sonatas to church-wide collaborations, Mountain View strives to provide a niche for all who enjoy sharing their gift of music in the worship setting.

Click on any of the group names for more information. Click on highlighted director names to send an email.

Chancel Choir

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The Chancel Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 – 8:30 pm in the Sanctuary and sings on Sunday mornings at the 10:30 am worship service from September through the first part of June. We have a need for all vocal parts from bass to soprano. We sing a wide variety of music from classical to contemporary choral style.

Spirit Singers Youth Choir

A71004772-X3Spirit Singers (Youth Choir) – rehearses on Sunday afternoons from 11:45 – 12:45 pm in the choir room. Spirit Singers sing once a month on Sunday mornings at the 10:30 am worship service. We have a need for all vocal parts from bass to soprano. We sing contemporary choral music, but sometimes join with the Chancel Choir in singing larger musical works. 

Wesley Ringers Bell Choir

Wesley Ringers

Wesley Ringers (Handbells) – rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary. We play at the 10:30 am worship service once a month from September through early June. We have a need for more ringers from teen to adult – no experience necessary, but a basic knowledge of rhythms is helpful. We play traditional handbell music. 

Seraphim Women's Choir

Seraphim Women Choir
Seraphim is a women’s singing ensemble, which participates about monthly at the 10:30 worship service. All women of all ages are welcome to join. Led by Tula Roberge. For more information, tula.roberge@gmail.com.

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