Music at Asbury

Join Asbury's vibrant musical community!

We offer a variety of musical communities that are always open for new members!
The musical season at Asbury begins after Labor Day in September and goes through the first Sunday in June. All groups have the opportunity to sing during the Sunday morning worship service, in addition to several other performances throughout the year.

There are no auditions and anyone interested in singing or playing an instrument is welcome to come to a rehearsal or contact one of the directors through the church office.
We hope you will share your musical gifts with us!

Adult Choirs

Faith Choir

Thursdays  |  7:30pm - 8:30pm

The Faith Choir is an adult choir of about 30 members, singing mostly contemporary SATB music, accompanied by piano, flute and occasionally by other percussion instruments. Jean Braun is the director.

Asbury Ringers

Sundays  |  7:00pm - 8:30pm

The handbell choir has fourteen members and a few substitutes, and they meet each week to practice new music, new techniques, and have fun. The handbell choir is directed by Fernanda Van Atta.

Kids' Choirs

Cherub Choir (K-2nd)

Sundays  |  11:30am - 12:30pm

Cherub Choir has a fun and relaxed time - sharing, song teaching, pitch training, notation, tempo, and learning a song about every 4-6 weeks. The rehearsals usually end with an interactive game or a book, then we close with Joys & Concerns and a short prayer.

Sharon Gach teaches the Cherub Choir.

Rainbow Choir (3rd-5th)

Sundays  |  11:30am - 12:30pm

Rainbow Choir singers learn musical notation and singing skills, plus some great songs about love and community. They also play percussion instruments like finger cymbals, xylophones, chimes, drums and more!

Jean Braun is the director. She’s famous for awarding chocolate kisses for Rainbow attendance AND correct music notation information.

Youth Choir

Sundays  |  11:30am - 12:30pm

Youth Choir is made up of students grades 6th -12th. During rehearsals, students have the opportunity to practice singing together in a group, working more on 2-4 part harmony with the potential for more and solos. In addition, some basic music theory is taught along with proper breathing technique. Youth Choir at Asbury gives students the chance to sing together when it may not be possible to do so through regular school or during the week. All are welcomed - Youth Choir is a safe space.