If you are interested in music programs, you surely will be pleased with the opportunities at Carter. The Chancel Choir consists of thirty plus singers who sing for worship from September through June and present a broad spectrum of sacred music with meaningful texts that support the worship theme of the day. Ps. 96, a contemporary music ensemble, and the Handbell Choir each participate monthly in worship, and the Children’s Choir participates several times throughout the year.  Soloists and small ensembles participate in worship during the summer months. See a recent anthem by clicking the button below.

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Chancel Choir

This vibrant choir meets every Thursday to rehearse in anticipation of weekly singing in worship. The SATB has recently performed works by Randall Thompson, Paul Basler, Felix Mendelssohn, and John Rutter. If you are interested in singing with the choir, contact our Director of Music Ministries, Rev. Corrie.

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Joyful Ringers

This Handbell ensemble rehearses weekly following worship and plays in worship monthly during the non-summer months. For information about how to join the handbell choir, contact our Director of Music Ministries, Rev. Corrie.

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The Ps96

Ps96 is the Praise Band of Carter Memorial, and it leads music monthly in worship. For more information on the Ps96 schedule and on getting involved with PS96, contact our Director of Music Ministries, Rev. Corrie.

Children’s Choir

The Children’s Choir rehearses during Sunday School at various times throughout the year and performs in worship on special occasions such as Palm Sunday or Advent. For more information, contact our Director of Faith Formation, Rev. Ashley, or our Director of Music Ministries, Rev. Corrie.

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Messiah Sing

Featuring a 12-piece Orchestra, every year during Advent, Carter Memorial hosts a Messiah Sing. The entire community is invited to sing with the orchestra and soloists as our Director of Music, Rev. Corrie, leads the group in the Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah and the “Hallelujah” chorus.