Music & Arts

Ministry through the Arts

Because God is our creator, and our creation in God’s image makes us creative beings as well, our endeavors in the arts are an important reflection of our relationship to God. The Arts Ministry encourages the development of our artistic gifts and the use of those gifts in worship, discipleship, evangelism and service.  We invite you to express and deepen your relationship with God through music, drama, visual art, film and dance.


Sanctuary Choir
The Sanctuary Choir provides music leadership in our Sunday morning worship service and also prepares larger works for special seasons of the church year. This choir is open to all adults and rehearses on Wednesday nights at 7:15 pm in Room 301 (Choir Room).

Children’s Choirs
Read more about Children’s Choirs on the Children’s Ministry page.

Handbell Choirs
First Baptist Church offers handbell choirs for a variety of ages using two sets of handbells: a 3-octave set of Malmark Handbells and a 4-octave set of Schulmerich Handbells. These choirs meet September-May.

Chancel Ringers
This choir is open to adults possessing basic music-reading skills. Middle School and High School students may also be admitted to this choir by audition with the director. Rehearsals are held on Thursdays from 5:30-6:30pm in Room 302 (Music Suite). The Chancel Ringers provide music in the Sunday worship service at regular intervals throughout the year. For more information contact David Williamson.


Timothy Ringers
This choir is open to children in grades 3-5. Rehearsals are held on Wednesdays from 5:00-5:30pm in Room 215. More information about Timothy Ringers is available on the Children’s Ministry page.

Fall Film Series

 We will explore the theme of “Bold Love and Boundless Compassion” this fall with three powerful films. The screenings will be followed by dialogue and discussion. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided.  Show time is 7 pm in Kelly Auditorium. Preview the film by clicking on the trailer below each title.

September 21, 2018
A young Irish immigrant experiences new world challenges in 1950s Brooklyn





October 19, 2018
The Visitor 
A widowed Connecticut professor, finds a Senegalese and a Syrian immigrant squatting in his New York apartment

November 16, 2018
Under the Same Moon
After his grandmother dies, young Carlitos embarks on a journey across the border to find his undocumented mother in the US

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