Music and Choirs
The worship service at Lutheran Church of Our Savior is immersed in music. The Adult Vocal Choir connects members with one another through hymns, ritual songs and anthems.
Music is a communal and relational activity. In our service, the entire congregation is the ultimate musical ensemble, and its song is the core of all music in worship. When the church sings together, it remembers its common story and this binds us together as one people in Christ. At Lutheran Church of Our Savior, music shapes our community.
The Adult Choir practices weekly and sings every Sunday, September - May. See the church calendar for rehearsal details.
Ginger Minneman, Director
The Handbell Choir at Lutheran Church of Our Savior also enhances our musical worship service. Melodious tones heighten spiritual experiences and bring us closer to God.
The Handbell Choir practices weekly and plays select Sundays September - May. See the church calendar for rehearsal and performance details.
Joe Beal, Director
Sonshine Children's Choir
The Sonshine Choir is open to all children ages three and up. Throughout the year we explore our faith, celebrate the seasons of the church year, and share the love of Jesus through song.
Rehearsals are held on the second and fourth Sunday mornings during the middle portion of worship - children are dismissed after the Children's Sermon and return during the sharing of the peace.
This enthusiastic group leads worship once a month during the fall, winter and spring months. Participants sing, move and play instruments to proclaim The Good News to the world.
Elizabeth Beal, Director
Sue Hanna, Accompanist
Special Music Events
Throughout the year various musical groups and solo performers provide their gifts of music to our congregation and community. Some of our musical partners include:
Sacred Harp (early American singing)
Wright State vocalists
Cello and Oboe soloists
See church calendar for dates and times.