Music is a vital part of being church together. While our ensembles take a break for a little while, here are some of the ways that we can use music to unite us:
- HYMNS – sing the tunes or read the words as a devotion or prayer alone or in your own small group at home.
- RECORDINGS – listen to the sounds of your favorite music when you need inspiration, peace, or joy.
- PRACTICE – use this extra time to improve your musical skills or learn more about making music in a new way.
- COMMUNITY – music is the universal language and participating in it brings us all closer together even in this uncertain time.
Contact Clair if you would be interested in knowing more about participating in upcoming virtual music opportunities at church.
Here are some musical resources for you and your family.
- Saint Luke’s YouTube Channel – our own channel featuring past choir performances from concerts and worship
- An archive of past choir recordings can be found on our website here
- Hymns and Songs for Children and Families – use these suggestions for singing our faith all day long wherever you are
- Find many ways to move to the music at home on Go Noodle
- Learn how to read music! (Or, brush up on your reading skills.)
- Take this Skills Assessment Test to see how much you already know. Submit it to Clair and let him know you are participating.
- Watch Clair’s online lessons on YouTube and complete the paperwork for each as you go.
- Lesson 1: Handouts and Homework; ANSWERS here (no fair peeking!)
- Lesson 2: Handouts and Homework; ANSWERS here
- More lessons to come….
- Print out and build your own model pipe organ
Have an idea for a hymn or piece of music you’d like to hear over the next few weeks? Submit it below for consideration.
[Recordings of hymns used in our services each week can be found on our worship page.]