The nurturing of faith through music is an integral aspect of spiritual life at the Meeting House. Through music, we affirm the word and sacraments of the church, we foster relationships with God and one another, and we reach out to the community at large.
We recognize the act of music making as a gift from God that unifies, inspires, delights, comforts and challenges us. The music programming is guided by the lectionary readings for the day as well as the liturgical season. Our goals are to make our very best offering to God and to enhance the worship service by taking the message of the day and translating it into the “universal language of mankind”
(H. W. Longfellow).
Two mechanical-action pipe organs, a piano, handbells, and various other instruments, support our music-making, and an experienced and talented staff assists in teaching and training the many volunteers who contribute their time and talent to our music program. For information about participating in the music program, contact Samuel Baker or the director listed with each individual choir.