Music Ministry

 I will sing of your love and justice; to you, LORD, I will sing praise. ~ Psalm 101:1

The Voices of peace

Our adult choir features a vibrant, energetic group of dedicated singers, ranging in age from youth to retirees. The choir incorporates a broad spectrum of styles with traditional, spiritual, and newly composed anthems. New singers are always more than welcome, and director Amy Cerniglia invites interested singers to contact her at music@peacepcusa.com. We rehearse from August through May on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Come!

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Ringers of Peace

Peace is fortunate to have received a wonderful gift of melody chimes and handbells. Come try your hand at this beautiful and accessible musical experience by contacting Amy.  We rehearse on Wednesday evenings at 6:00.


Harmonizing women

This ensemble welcomes women of all ages who love to sing and offers music intermittently at worship services. Rehearsals are held on Fridays at 2:00 pm. Speak to Amy about joining, or just drop in and see if it's for you.


 

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The youth at Peace assist in worship with a variety of talents, including a string ensemble and rhythm instrumentalists. Rehearsals for the Youth Orchestra take place on Thursday afternoons at 5:30, and Amy invites all string players to join. Percussionists rehearse on an as-needed basis throughout the year.

 
 

Children of Peace Choir

 

The growing number of children at Peace Presbyterian called for a children’s choir led by the session elder for Children, Youth & Families and the director of music. Recent activities included a joyful afternoon of caroling in Bradenton and their worship service debut on Dec. 23. All children in Lively Learning sing on Sunday mornings at 9:45.

 

More

Music for the Manatee County community includes a recent Sunday morning worship with a double men’s quartet on December 8 and a stunning performance by Tim Zimmerman & The King’s Brass on January 15, 2019. Check back here for more videos of other recent special music at Peace Presbyterian Church.