Children’s Choirs

Children's Choirs waving palm branches on Palm Sunday

Children’s Choirs

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Children’s Choir Mission

To provide an engaging environment for children that encourages musical, spiritual & personal growth through education, fellowship, & outreach.

When We Meet

Children’s Choirs meet on Wednesdays September through April and sing in worship monthly.

Please register by September 8— We must have this information in hand before your child can attend choir!

o   TO REGISTER, CLICK HERE: Registration begins Aug. 1 for 2019-2020

o   FOR THE CHOIR FLYER Children’s 19-20 Choir Flyer

o   FOR CHOIR FAQ’s, CLICK HERE: Children’s Music Q & A

o   Special note for 6th Graders: 6th Grade MUMC Music

For questions or additional info, contact Lori Borger, Director of Children’s Music Ministry.

If you would like to volunteer with any of our Children’s Choir, you must be Safe Sanctuary certified. Please click here to be directed to the forms.

Music Makers and Joyful Noise occasionally travel off-site. MUMC has issued a new consent form for these events. You must fill out a form for each child registered, each year. It will be good through August, 2020. Please complete the Minor form and turn it in at choir or email it to Ethan Massey at [email protected]. You will receive a signed copy to keep for your records. Click here for the consent form. Thank you!

SonShine Singers (grades K & 1)

Director: Tara Sintek    Wednesdays, 4:30-5:35 p.m. in Room 141

SonShine Singers also participate in crafts, games, and fellowship activities.

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Joyful Noise (grades 2 & 3)

Director: Kim Robinson    Wednesdays, 4:30-5:45 p.m. in Room 133

Joyful Noise members also participate in music theory games, field trips, and outreach activities.

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Music Makers (grades 4-6)

Director: Lori Borger    Wednesdays, 4:30-5:45 p.m. in the Music Room (Rm 100)

Music Makers also participate in a fully-staged musical production as an outreach fundraiser.

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