We love music at King of Kings, so there are many ways to use your musical gifts here. The list below is a brief sampling of music ministries at King of Kings:
- Our Classic Choir meets on Thursday evenings, 7:30 – approximately 9:00 pm, in Luther Chapel. The Classic Choir sings approximately once a month September through the Easter Season, with additional singing in the Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week and Easter Season. Confirmed youth and adults are welcome.
- Our Handbell Choir meets on Thursday evenings, 6:30 – 7:30 pm, in Luther Chapel. The Handbell Choir rings approximately once a month September through the Easter Season, with additional ringing in the Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week and Easter Season. Some music knowledge is helpful, but not necessary, for our handbell choir.
- Soloists, whether vocal or instrumental, are always welcome. Classic Worship uses symphonic instruments as soloists.
- Our CrossConnections Team meets on Wednesday evenings, 7:30 – approximately 9:00 pm, in Luther Chapel. The CrossConnections team provides, often, the special music for the service and leads the congregation in singing. We use a rotation of teams to avoid burnout, because there is no “vacation” – we have church services every week! Knowledge of current Christian music is helpful.
- We would love some instrumentalists to join our CrossConnections team – specifically, acoustic guitar, light percussion, and bass guitar. We do have a set of digital drums available if you are a drummer. We currently have only vocalists in our CrossConnections team.
- Soloists, whether vocal or instrumental, are always welcome. CrossConnections Worship will use a variety of instrumentalists as soloists.
- We have an annual Advent Cantata, typically the fourth Sunday in Advent, right before Christmas. This is a perfect opportunity for those who can’t commit to weekly rehearsals to sing with a larger group at Christmas time. Six Saturday rehearsals and take-home rehearsal CDs allow us to have a great time and put together a wonderful morning of worship for our Lord.
- Other event choirs and instrumental groups may be assembled for special events such as citywide gatherings, pastoral installations and the like. These are “one time” commitments, with few rehearsals and a single performance time.