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Choral Music

Choral music at First Presbyterian has always played a strong role in church life. From the pioneering vision of Dr. Marie Boette, this church has both developed and attracted musicians with strong vocal skills.

Currently, the choirs rehearse in their own rehearsal room. We own a large number of major and minor choral works as well as more than 400 single titles. That's more than 36,000 pieces of music, rivaled only by our handbell music, which numbers 17,000!


Sanctuary Choir
September through May

6:30-8 p.m Thursday evenings and 10-10:25 a.m. Sunday mornings

The Sanctuary Choir, open to 9th graders through adult, usually sings each Sunday at the 10:30 a.m. worship service. We also sing for some special services throughout the year (like the "usual" church holidays), and have presented community concerts, alone and in conjunction with other musical groups in the Mid-Ohio Valley.

Whether you're a listener or a singer, you'll hear a wide range of music from Sunday to Sunday. If you like contemporary, we sing it. If you like the classics, we sing them, too. And let's not forget the occasional spiritual or gospel piece.

First Presbyterian Singers
As Needed Throughout the Year
This small ensemble of singers presents challenging choral music, usually but not always classical, for special events and worship services throughout the year.

The group has sung for Christmas programs, recitals, and community events.

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