"Those who sing in church pray twice". One of the exciting parts of being in community is sharing our talents and blessing the entire body with God's gifts. See the many opportunities to connect & grow . . .
"Oh come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation!" -Psalm 95:1
San Marino Community Church’s non-audition chancel choir provides music leadership during the 9:00 am traditional worship service in the sanctuary, directed by Dr. Glenn De Lange and accompanied by Organist/Pianist Lisa Edwards. Choir rehearses September through June. Contact Glenn De Lange, Chancel Choir Director
Audition for the "Ensemble" made up of eight vocalists. who provide music leadership during Classic worship service at 10:30 am. The ensemble is directed by Dr. Glenn De Lange and accompanied by Organist/Pianist Lisa Edwards. Ensemble also participate with the regular Chancel Choir. Contact Glenn De Lange
A CELEBRATION OF HYMNS & ANTHEMS
Featuring the SMCC Ensemble, Directed by Dr. Glenn De Lange
Join us Sunday, June 25, for an evening of fellowship (3:30 - 4:30pm) followed by classical hymns and anthems performed by SMCC’s Ensemble (4:30 - 6:00 pm). This free event is a perfect opportunity to introduce friends to SMCC or enjoy some entertainment prior to dinner out with friends. No reservations necessary. For questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 626/282-4181.
A handbell choir open to everyone sixth grade and older! Adults, high schoolers, and junior highers alike are welcome and encouraged! We will hold our first FALL REHEARSAL Tuesday, October 3. We’ll spend the fall learning music to ring in worship during this coming Christmas season. Why handbells?
1)Bells are fun to ring.
2)Bells are loud. Who doesn’t love being loud?
3)Playing in a handbell choir help everyone young and old to learn great MUSICIANSHIP and TEAMWORK skills!
4)The music for handbell choirs is ridiculously beautiful and interesting!
5)Did we mention bells are fun? And LOUD?
Questions? Contact Elizabeth Kerstein
Virginia Road is SMCC's Contemporary Worship Band. This band leads the contemporary service in worship each Sunday playing music from artists such as Matt Redman, Chris Tomlin, Third Day and even bands such as Coldplay, The Frey, Los Lonely Boys and others. It is the mission of Virginia Road to collaborate and incorporate new and aspiring artists. If you are a musician then chances are that Virginia Road would love to have the opportunity to jam with you. Contact Jenny Jones, Interim Worship Leader
The Contemporary Worship at Community requires a robust team to serve in the A/V Tech Ministry. If you have talents in the area of tech or if you would like to learn how to serve in this way. Contact Brandon Cooke