Music and song play a vital role in worship at Maple Grove. Each Sunday as we come together to worship, music frames our services. Music connects us to God in unique ways. In many ways, it allows for a direct connection with God in ways sermons can’t or don’t. Corporate singing awakens something in the collective heart of the body of Christ, connecting us to each other and to God in the deepest part of who we are.
However, during the pandemic, our choir and congregation are not singing for in-person worship in the sanctuary. Soloist, trios, a virtual choir and a variety of musical instruments continue to grace us with their gift to create a meaningful worship experience.
All are welcome to participate in music ministry at Maple Grove!
Virtual Chancel Choir
Under the leadership of Quinton Jones, choir members will receive music and direction to record and participate in the virtual choir for Sunday worship. Contact Quinton for further information.
Volunteer to provide special music to enrich our musical ministry and the worship experience. Instrumentalists, vocalists, and artist of all kinds are welcome.
As times and safety changes, we will again gather to sing and ring in these ways:
NewSong sings once a month and rehearses after worship once a month.
Jubellate Handbell Choir
The Jubellate Handbell Choir plays once a month in worship.
Hallelujah! Yes, praise the Lord! Praise him in his Temple and in the heavens he made with mighty power. Praise him for his mighty works. Praise his unequaled greatness. Praise him with the trumpet and with lute and harp. Praise him with the drums and dancing. Praise him with stringed instruments and horns. Praise him with the cymbals, yes, loud clanging cymbals. Let everything alive give praises to the Lord! You praise him! ~Psalm 150:1-5