I will sing of your love and justice; to you, LORD, I will sing praise. ~ Psalm 101:1
The Voices of peace
Our sanctuary 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We rehearse from August through May on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Come!
Ringers of Peace
Peace is fortunate to have received a wonderful gift of melody chimes and handbells to “ring in” hymns and special music. Come try your hand at this fun and accessible musical experience by contacting Amy. We rehearse on Wednesday evenings at 6:00.
This fun and supportive ensemble welcomes women of all ages who love to sing. Rehearsals are held on Fridays at 2:00 pm, and the group offers music intermittently at worship services. Speak to Amy about joining, or just drop in and see if it's for you.
instruments of peace
The youth at Peace assist in worship with a variety of talents, including a string ensemble and rhythm instruments. Rehearsals for the Youth Orchestra take place on Thursday afternoons at 5:30, and 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 both by the session elder for Children, Youth & Families and the director of music, with a number of parent volunteers. 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.
On May 23, our series concludes with concert organist Kipp Elliot Gill. Click here for more information about our inaugural season, which supports scholarships for children and youth to attend Montreat Music & Worship Conference.
Check back here for more videos of special music at Peace Presbyterian Church.