Lovely Lane has three sections of children’s choirs: 9:15 Sunday School, 10:45 Sunday School, and Wednesday Night Kids Klub.
9:15 Singers meet during the opening of Sunday School from 9:15 to 9:30 in room 103/104. Children preschool – 5th grades participate. This group sings in a selected worship service 3 times a year. Carla Jesse is the Director of the choir and the Director of Children’s Choirs.
10:45 Second Service Singers meet during the opening of Second Service Sunday School for 15 minutes in the Choir Room. Children preschool – 5th grades are welcome. This group sings 3 times a year at 10:30 worship.
Kids Klub Singers meet on Wednesday nights in the Choir Room as a part of their Christian Education experience. Children are divided into three sections: PreK-K, 1-2 Grades, and 3-5 Grades. Carla Jesse is the Director of Children’s Choirs.
Spring Musicals are presented every few years and involve the children’s choirs.
Handbell Ringers are part of the worship leadership here at Lovely Lane. They are faith-based support groups of musicians who pray for each other and ring together for the glory of God.
AcabeLLa, meets Wednesdays from 7:15-8:30 PM for rehearsals and ring during selected worship service as required.
Charlie Kucera is the Director.
Chancel (Adult) Choir
This vocal ensemble meets Sunday mornings at 9:00 AM for rehearsal and shares the scriptures through song at the 10:30 AM worship service. This group meets and participates in worship during the school year but generally takes a break during the summer months. A wide variety of literature is used to enhance the message of our worship services. Special presentations with instrumental accompaniment typically take place during Lent and Advent. New singers are always welcome to drop into any rehearsal. Please join us!
Instrumental and Vocal Soloists & Small Groups
Soloists and small groups of any age and instrument are welcome, with the prior approval of the music director and/or pastors, to share their music as part of worship or other special events. It’s a great way for students planning to perform at solo and ensemble contests to have a safe, welcoming place to perform in front of an audience prior to their contest, or any time of the year. Adults are also welcome to organize small singing & instrumental groups throughout the year.