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Music at First Church

The music program at First Church is designed to provide opportunities for all persons at FUMC to develop their musical talents and use them in service to God.  Since music expresses who we are and what we believe, it is a vital part of becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ.

Children’s Choir Camp

Our Children’s Choir Camp is a wonderful program!  The children have a fun time learning worship songs and love to praise God with the music they learn!  Children in grades 1-6 sing during worship after Children’s Choir Camp.

Contact Kristina Tyner, Director of Children’s Education (580-237-2041 ext. 103), for more information.

Chancel Choir

This choir invites participation for all adult age groups.  They meet Wednesdays 6:30-7:30 p.m. (late August through June).  This choir provides music leadership at the 9:00 worship service each week.  The choir sings a variety of choral music including special music services during Easter and Christmas.  No audition is required for this choir.  Child care is provided during meeting times.

Contact Matt Johnson for more information.

Hand Bell Choir

The Chancel Ringers meet on Wednesdays, September through May, from 5:30-6:30 pm in room 304. This group rings music during morning worship several times a year.  The only requirements for membership are basic music reading ability and a desire to ring hand bells.  We welcome anyone to join this group.  Contact Paula Miller for more information.


Praise Band

At First Church we are blessed with music both old and new! The praise band plays an essential part in the blending of modern and traditional music. Play guitar? Bass? Drums? Sing? You would be welcome to join us for Wednesday night practices.

Contact Trent Simmons for more information.

The Church Organ

Did you know? The Sanctuary Pipe Organ has 4 keyboards, plus a 32-note Pedal Board, and plays 96 sets of pipes.  There are a total of 6,296 pipes (both wooden and metal), ranging in physical length from 18′-3″ to 1″.  Digital sounds are flawlessly combined with the pipes to produce one of the finest organs in the country.



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