The choir, wearing red and blue robes, performing along with violin, cello, and bass players


Music is an integral part of our worship services. It has the ability to inspire, deepen our spirituality, and help connect us with one another.  We invite you to learn about our many musical offerings and ways in which you can participate.

Bill Cowdery conducting the choir, dressed in blue, as viewed between candle posts


Our Senior Choir numbers about 30 members.  We welcome all who love to sing.  We rehearse on Sunday mornings at 9:15, and we sing every Sunday.  Please drop in any time, and contact Bill Cowdery for more information:

Seven members of the handbell choir wearing tan vests and performing with bells


Our Senior Handbell Choir has about twelve members, and we invite new ringers warmly!  We rehearse on Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 7:00, and we play on Sundays about once a month.  You are welcome to contact Bill about ringing with us:

Nine members of the youth handbell choir performing with bells


Our children and youth participate in a Junior Handbell Choir, Junior Chimes Choir, Junior Choir, Pentecost Singers, and Instrumental Ensemble. Visit our children’s and youth music page for pictures, videos, and more information!

Brass and string players performing behind the altar


Our Senior Choir offers two Music Sundays each year in May and December, singing great works by Mozart, Handel, Bach, Schubert, and modern composers like John Rutter.  We bring in some of our town’s best players to work with us.

Ithaca Brass, the faculty quintet from Ithaca College, join us for a Sunday before Christmas to play music during our service, and a to lead carol-sing for everyone afterward.  On Easter, trumpets and timpani play for Handel’s “Hallelujah,” with all congregation members invited to come up and sing along.  Musicians join at other special times, such as our Epiphany Kings’ pageant every two years.  We are always looking for ways to enrich our musical life.