At United Methodist Church of West Chester, we have a tremendous music ministry for all ages and talents. These include the Chancel Choir (which sings at the 8:45 am Traditional Service), the Praise Team (which provides the music at the 11 am Contemporary Service) and the Carillon Choir (a handbell choir that performs monthly and during special events). Please contact Mike Muzzo with any questions or to learn more about the Adult Music Ministry.

 

Click here for the Spring 2017 Schedule of Choirs in Worship.


The Chancel Choir (Adult Choir)

Rehearsals: Thursdays at 7:00 PM in Room 10

Mike Muzzo, Director

Steve Campitelli, Accompanist/Organist

The Chancel Choir of West Chester United Methodist Church carries with it a long tradition of choral singing and ministry. The choir sings a variety of musical styles centering around classical and traditional choral music. Choir members experience good choral techniques, group vocal building, and other musical skills while keeping a focus on ministry to the congregation. The Chancel Choir sings every Sunday at the 8:45 am worship service and presents several special music events through the church year.

 


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The Praise Team

Practice: Wednesdays at 7:00 PM in the Fiesta Center

Cory Smith, Interim Director

The Praise Team, singers and instrumentalists, provides special music and leads singing at the 11 am Contemporary Worship Service on Sunday mornings. Keyboards, guitar, bass and drums make up the band which accompanies the praise and worship music. The group sings and plays a variety of Contemporary Christian music styles.


 

adulthandbellsThe Carillon Choir (Adult Handbells)

Rehearsals: Wednesdays at 7:30 PM in Room 12

Brian Rotz, Director

The Carillon Choir ministers to the congregation in worship on a monthly basis playing original compositions as well as arrangements of favorite hymns and choruses. The choir enjoys sharing creative and more advanced handbell techniques. On occasion, the choir takes their joy of ringing to other events and churches.