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Music at ORPC

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Chancel Choir

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The Chancel Choir sings weekly and participates in special services throughout the year. We enjoy learning and sharing an eclectic mix of music ranging from past to present, from folk to contemporary. The Chancel Choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at 7:00pm.

Children's Choir

Grades PreK - 2nd

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The Children’s Choir sings throughout the year for special services. Our young musicians build skills and friendships through creative movement, singing, rhythm instruments and chimes, and of course, play!

 

The Children’s Choir rehearses after church on select Sundays leading up to special services where we will sing during worship.

 

Click here to see other ways children can worship with us Sunday mornings.

Interested in receiving the monthly children’s ministry newsletter on the first of each month in your inbox? Join the listserv here.

KidsMin REMINDer text message sign up: Text @orpcc to 810-10

Bell Choir

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The Bell Choir rings regularly throughout the year and for special services. Building upon basic music reading skills, the Bell Choir enjoys a wide repertoire that includes a variety of ringing techniques. The Bell Choir rehearses on Thursday evenings at 6:00pm.

Oak Ridge Men

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The Oak Ridge Men ensemble provides monthly music leadership in worship services and shares music ministry throughout our community. We praise God through singing repertoire ranging from a capella to Southern Gospel.

Oak Ridge Winds

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The Oak Ridge Winds is an instrumental ensemble composed of wind band musicians from our congregation and surrounding community. Members of this ensemble, ranging from middle school musicians to seasoned professionals, play throughout the year for special services in solo, chamber, or full ensemble settings. Oak Ridge Winds rehearse on select evenings leading up to scheduled appearances.

Liturgical Dance

“And David danced before the Lord with all his might…” (2 Samuel 6:14.) Liturgical dance is a beautiful artform to communicate praise and honor. Through creative movement and choreography, dancers worship, express emotions, and tell stories. Dance ensembles practice after church on select Sundays leading up to special services where we will dance during worship.

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Meet the Oak Ridge Presbyterian Church Music Leaders!

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Mary Boudreault

Director of Choirs

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Shannon Blakenship

Worship  Pianist

All are welcome to join our music ensembles! Email Mary to find out how to get involved with music activities at ORPC!

Our audio/visual production team is essential for the success of our weekly worship services, both in-person and remote! If you are interested in volunteering with our production team, please email Brandon to receive training and join the Sunday rotation!

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