Crawford has historically enjoyed a vibrant Music Program with a Chancel Choir, Handbell Choir and Children’s Choir. Our very talented organist, Helena Veranian both leads the Chancel Choir and accompanies them on piano. All are welcome and encouraged to join our choir. Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursdays @ 7:30 pm in the Sanctuary
- Masks and vaccinations are required for participation.
- No experience is necessary!
The Chancel Choir is Crawford’s most active music group. Composed of professional and amateur singers, this group blesses Crawford each and every week with their music ministry. Those who are 16+ are encouraged to join us. The group sings everything from classical to gospel and contemporary. If you believe that the spirit is calling you to sing, we invite you to attend any Thursday rehearsal so you can see if you like it before you officially join.
Special Ensembles and Other Opportunities
If play an instrument, our organist is available to arrange special ensembles or for you to be a soloist during the service. We encourage our community to use their gifts in the service of others. One of our members, Bryan Hilliard, is a professional trumpet player and owner of Occasional Brass & Strings. He often joins the 10:45 am service, and brings in professional musicians for Christmas, Easter, and other special occasions.
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