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"Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth.
Worship the Lord with gladness;
come into his presence with singing."
                                                     - Psalms 110:1-2

Together with the psalmist, Music Ministry at Christ Church celebrates and worships God with voices and instruments, involving over 150 participants in the music groups. When needed, string and wind instruments are also used during worship services throughout the year. 

A variety of vocal and handbell choirs are available. Experience and formal training are not required -- only the desire to praise God through music. 

If you would like information about joining our Music Ministries, please contact any of the music staff members or call the church office at (972) 247-6136.

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Adult Music Ministry

Celebration Choir
An adult vocal choir that sings and leads in worship during the 8:50 a.m. Celebration Worship service. To be a member of this choir, you need only a love of music in your heart, a smile on your face, and a desire to lift up your voice through song to praise God! Rehearsals are weekly Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m. and Sundays at 8:30 a.m.


Sunshine Gospel Singers
The love of Gospel music is the common thread that binds this fun-loving spirited group that often sings at the 8:50 a.m. Celebration Worship Service. If you love gospel and lively music, come join us and make a joyful noise unto the Lord! Rehearsals are Sunday mornings at 7:50 a.m.



Christ Alive Praise & Worship Team
A contemporary instrumental and vocal ensemble, the Christ Alive Praise & Worship Team leads our 11:00 a.m. Christ Alive Worship throughout the year and performs at special events in the community.

Men's Chorus
This group is an all-church male vocal choir that sings during the Christmas season and generally once during the spring. The Men's Chorus sings five-part harmony: first and second tenors, baritone, bass, and monotones! No previous experience required!



The Four Hoarsemen
A Barbershop and Gospel Quartet which sings for special services and special events.


                                      Youth Music Groups

Cherub Choir (3 years to Kindergarten) 

The Cherub Choir practices on Sunday mornings at 11:00 in the Play Room. Children in the Cherub Choir will sing fun songs, learn to move to music, and even make their own instruments!

ChristKids Choir (Grades 1-5)

Children in the ChristKids Choir do it all: sing, play instruments, dance, act, and HAVE FUN praising God! Incorporating Orff instruments, they will find new ways of being musically creative and expressing themselves. Rehearsals are Sunday 3:20-3:55 pm.

J.A.M (Grades 6-12)
This is a unique, dedicated instrumental and singing group. J.A.M. rehearses and performs contemporary music in worship and in special programs throughout the year. Membership is open to all who wish to participate!


                                      Handbell Ministry 

Celebration Ringers

This is a five-octave adult handbells choir that rehearses weekly and performs throughout the year for worship services. Participation in this handbell choir requires experienced ringers. 


A three-octave beginning handbell choir for adults. This group named themselves Ding-A-Lings to lessen the pressure of performances. It is open to all men and women who would appreciate the opportunity to learn to play handbells. Summer only.


Cheerful Chimers (Grades 4-6)
No musical experience is needed to join the Cheerful Chimers! Only enthusiasm and a weekly commitment are required. Rehearsals are Sundays 4:00-4:45p September through May.



Youth Handbells I and II (Grades 7-12)
A handbell choir for young people in middle school and high school. They rehearse weekly during the school year on Sunday afternoons and perform for worship and special services throughout the school year September through May.



Young Adult Handbell Choir

For high school graduates, college students and working young adults. No musical experience necessary! Summer only.

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