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These people represent the many volunteer musicians who rehearse on a regular basis to bring music to worship and special events either through singing, ringing handbells, playing an instrument or singing a solo. Our music program has a place for any child age 3 or older, and any adult, high school graduate on up. 
INDIVIDUAL MUSICIANS Soloists and small ensembles of all kinds are needed throughout the year to offer special music for worship. This is done on a volunteer basis, and is first come-first serve. Nancy Krause is available as an advisor as needed.
Canticle Ringers
Open to Adults who read music. An Advanced Choir that plays Level 4 literature. Rehearses Monday mornings from 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.  Aims to ring in church once/month during the school year as well as perform solo concerts for special groups and shut ins. Tries to attend at least one handbell festival annually. Directed by Nancy Krause

Twilight Tones
Open to Adults, high school grad & up. This Beginning-Intermediate Choir reads literature up to level 3. Meets Monday evening from 7:00-8:30pm. Aims to ring in church about 3 times per semester during the school year and plays for special events. Directed by Nancy Krause.


Adult Choir

This group is an outstanding asset of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and is open to any high school graduate or adult. The choir rehearses for 90 minutes each Wednesday in the music room beginning at 7pm. They sing weekly in worship services, but get one Sunday/month “off” September through June.

The choir is a welcoming place. We believe All God’s Creatures Have a Place in the Choir and rejoice when a new person joins our midst. The choir participates in outside community events, such as the Reformation Music Festival held by the Lutheran Musicians of Central Oklahoma and also occasionally presents larger choral works periodically throughout the year. Come spread your wings, join our group and find new meaning in your worship experience as you become an integral part of the service.  Directed by Nancy Krause.
Greetings from the Music Ministry of St. Paul's Lutheran Church! The members of our singing and ringing choirs strive hard to provide meaningful music for worship services and special events during the year. Opportunities to serve come in the form of group participation, or as a Sunday soloist if you are an instrumentalist or a vocalist. The active program insures that awesome music can be heard at each and every worship service. Come participate in worship with us. 
Nancy Krause, Director of Music Ministry
Music Groups