Music is a primary language of the people of God at worship. Breathing together, with voice and instrument, voicing the word of God together, sounding joy and praise and lament together, we express and experience the Spirit of the risen Christ. Martin Luther called the music of worship a “handmaiden of the liturgy.”  Music is a vehicle for proclaiming the Gospel and making music is an important part of discipleship.





Thursday evenings from 7 to 8:30 pm, the Peace choir gathers to rehearse music for regular and special worship services. We sing solo and choral music from all genres, including classical, contemporary and spiritual.





Youth and adults together play 3 octaves of English handbells on special occasions throughout the year. Handbell teams are fun and provide a safe and comfortable environment for close relationships and witness through the art of handbell ringing.





From guitars to clarinets, from flutes to cellos, from trumpets to percussion and more, youth and adult musicians alike routinely play instruments in worship throughout the year.