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Music Ministry

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What does this ministry/group do?

The music ministry supports the most important minister of the church: the assembly. We enhance the worship and prayer life of the community through diverse musical experiences and styles to encourage full participation in the mass by the assembly in praise and thanksgiving of God and growth in faith.

When do they meet/serve?

Varies (See details in links below)

Who is invited to participate?

All registered, active parishioners are invited to participate in the music ministries of Holy Spirit.

What volunteer opportunities are there?

Children’s Choir Grades 1-3
Children’s Choir Grades 4-8
High School Choir Grades 9-12
Adult Choir – Open to all

Children's Choir

Spiritus is a youth choral program for students in grades 1-8. Its main purpose is to form our youth in the musical and liturgical arts. Spiritus will sing at the 9:30am Mass on the 2nd Sunday of the month with some deviations. Rehearsals will be broken down into two age groups: Grades 1-3 will rehearse on Wednesdays from 4:30pm – 5:10pm, while grades 4-8 will rehearse on Wednesdays from 5:15pm – 6:00pm. Rehearsals begin September 9, 2015. The full schedule is available below.

What is the time commitment?
Weekly attendance of rehearsals is required. Two-week advance notice of Sunday absence is required.

What skills are required?
No formal training is needed.

Is any training required? If so, what does that look like?
Training is ongoing during rehearsals.

Important Links
Registration form
Full Schedule (PDF)
Subscribe to our Calendar HTML | ICS

High School Choir

The High School Choir is a youth music program for singers and instrumentalists in grades 9-12. Its main purpose is to continue the liturgical and musical formation of our older youths, foster community amongst their peers, to mentor them in their spiritual journey, and prepare them to continue their ministry in the Church as they prepare for college and beyond. The High School Choir will be at the 11:00am Mass once per month. Rehearsals will take place on Tuesdays from 7:15pm – 8:45pm beginning October 20. The full schedule is available below.

What is the time commitment?
Weekly attendance of rehearsals is required. Two-week advance notice of Sunday absence is required.

What skills are required?
No formal training is needed; however, basic vocal skills are required.

Is any training required? If so, what does that look like?
Training is ongoing during rehearsals.

Important Links
Registration form
Full Schedule (PDF)
Subscribe to our Calendar HTML | ICS

Adult Choir

The Adult Choir consists of parishioners whose musical abilities range from the simple carrying of a tune to those with accomplished music-reading and singing skills. The choir is thus an image of the Church itself, in which there are many different gifts which come from and serve the Spirit of God. Though essentially "traditional," they sing a wide range of music from the Renaissance to the 21st Century. Choir members continually build their musical and vocal skills, learning from each other in a relaxed, supportive atmosphere. They rehearse on Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9pm (with other seasonal/sectional rehearsals scheduled on an as-needed basis), and sing on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, occasional Holy Day liturgies, and special programs, generally from September through May. Because of the amount of music the choir must prepare, consistent attendance is necessary and expected.

What is the time commitment?
Weekly attendance of rehearsals is required.

What skills are required?
No formal training is needed; however, basic vocal skills are required.

Is any training required? If so, what does that look like?
Training is ongoing during rehearsals.

Important Links
Registration form
Full Schedule (PDF)
Subscribe to our Calendar HTML | ICS

What is the time commitment?

Varies (click group title for more information)

What skills are required?

Varies (click group title for more information)

Is any training required? If so, what does that look like?

Varies (click group title for more information)