At Sycamore Presbyterian we strive to:
Our music program includes...
The Sanctuary Choir, directed by Mike Breakall, regularly participates in leading worship on Sunday mornings. This group is the flagship choir of our music ministry. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Visit www.AmISinging.com to find out more!
My Shepherd Will Supply My Need - arr. Mack Wilberg - with piano, guitar, violins, oboe, and flute.
A Mighty Fortress - by Joseph Martin, with piano, organ, flute, brass quintet, and timpani.
I Will Rise - arr. Craig Courtney - with soloists, piano and string orchestra
The Men’s Choir, led by Mike Breakall, sings music of various styles, but specialize in hymns sung a cappella.
The Sycamore Ringers, directed by Mary Ann Easterling, bring their bright, handbell sound to Sunday morning worship and the Christmas concert. Meeting once per week, September through May, members learn the joy of praising God through instruments.
How Great Thou Art - arr. Tom Fettke, with solist and piano.
Still, My Soul Be Still - by Keith and Kristyn Getty, with soloists, guitar, and violin.
The Precious Blood - by Sovereign Grace Music, with soloists, piano, guitar, and cello.
Were You There - arr. Michael Breakall, with soloists, guitar, and cello.
'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus - arr. Michael Breakall, with piano, flute, oboe, tenor recorder, and violins.
Newsong and Jubilee
These two groups make up Sycamore's exciting Childrens music ministry! Children 3 years old through 5th grade learn the basics of music through percussion, singing and games. This delightful eight-week program combines various elements of both the Orff Approach and traditional hand chimes technique. This program takes place on select Sundays from 5:00pm to 6:30pm.From the Director of Music:
Music is phenomena created by God, discovered by man, and over the centuries cultivated into an art form of which the highest purpose is to bring glory to God. As the people of God, we believe that all Christians are called to participate in this eternal art by making melody in our hearts, from our voices, and with the aid of instruments. Singing is a matter of discipleship; as all are called to sing, then it is the privilege and duty of the church to teach all to sing. We hope you will find the resources here at Sycamore of great encouragement and spiritual benefit as we invite you to join us in singing God’s praise.
Let everything that has breath praise the LORD.
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