Fine Arts Ministry

we engage our creative instincts

Our mission in the Fine Arts Ministry is to make and mature followers of Jesus Christ through participation in fine arts.

The Bible begins with, “In the beginning, God created…”

Those who participate in our Fine Arts Ministry feel most “in tune” with God when we engage our creative instincts to enhance worship services, minister to our community, and provide meaningful artistic experiences for all members of our congregation.

Safety protocols currently prohibit us from providing the rich array of singing ensembles typically available to any interested person. However, we anticipate a return to more ordinary schedules in the near future. There are some fun things you can investigate immediately if you want to join our community of creative artists.


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    Festival Ringers

    Our handbell choir plays five to six octave compositions. We are always looking for new ringers, so if you read music and wish to learn handbell techniques, get in touch with us soon. This ensemble meets every Thursday at 7:00 PM.

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    Chancel Choir

    For now, we are singing in quartets for our live service and the streamed service that is recorded each Thursday morning. If you love to sing in choirs, or if you think you might like to try it, contact us. New members are always welcome!

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    Kid’s Choir

    We also have a choir experience for our elementary-aged children. This group meets each Wednesday night at 5:30 PM. Contact Emily Hammell, at

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    LightShine is for students in grades 6-12 who want to develop musical and theatric skills and use them for God’s purposes in church. Contact Sam Carlton at

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    Vine Band

    We would love to speak to any potential band members with experience playing or singing in worship bands. To join this group of very talented musicians, email Modern Worship Arts Director, Jennifer Voigt, at about setting up an audition.

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    Technical Crews

    We are always looking for individuals who would love to help run cameras, work on sound, and become involved in a host of additional production activities. Since we currently record two services each week, our tech teams can always benefit from new helpers willing to learn from our experienced leadership team. Contact Technical Director, David Bailey, at if you would like to help.

Performing Arts Series


If you have a creative impulse and a personal desire to serve the Lord by giving your talents to the church, be in touch. We often need dancers, readers, actors, additional musicians, set builders, painters, and craftspeople. If you want to be involved, we’ll find a way to involve you. Your ideas and your passions have a place here at FPC.

Who We Are

The mission of First Presbyterian Church is to make and mature disciples for Jesus Christ.

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