Music

Contemporary Band  – Our contemporary worship is led musically by a band made up of drums, electric and acoustic guitars, bass, keyboards, and vocalists each Sunday.  There are always opportunities for special music outside of playing with the band.

Instrumentalists and Small Ensembles – We are very blessed to have many instrumentalists and vocalists who seeks to praise God through music in worship.  From trumpets to timpani to small vocal ensembles sharing a piece during either contemporary or traditional worship we love to work with musicians to bring additions to our worship.

Contact Holly if interested in participating in the band or a small ensemble or as an instrumentalist or with any questions (209.957.8750 or Holly@standrewsstockton.org).

 

Choir – St. Andrews has two choirs which provide music for our Sunday morning Traditional worship on a regular basis as well as for special services throughout the year.

  • Mixed Choir includes both men and women and sings three Sundays a month (September – June) at the 8:15am service.  Rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30pm.
  • The Women’s Chorale sings the 3rd Sunday of every month at the 8:15am service.  Rehearsals are the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month from 7:30-8:30pm.
  • Share the love of Christ and the Gospel through music! Our new outreach choir will prepare a set of simple but fun songs to take into places in our community such as shelters, retirement homes, and nursing centers. How can you be involved? 1) Sing with us! Open to 6th grade and beyond. 2) Play hand percussion with us! Some of our songs have easy instrument parts anyone can learn. 3) Pray! Pray for our message and our audiences, either coming with us or praying from your homes.

If you are interested in participating in either choir please contact Rachel McGehee (rachel@standrewsstockton.org).

Thankful for 18 Years of Service and Ministry
After 18 years of ministry as our Organist and Choir Director, Jon Townsend retired from service at St. Andrews on January 31, 2016. 
We give thanks for his service and ministry through our choirs, Taize worship and as our organist. 
We ask God’s blessings for his continued work and ministry.
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