Music at Royal Oak First
Making Christ’s Love Audible
Everyone has a Song! And here at Royal Oak First there’s room for your voice, your heart, and your music. Come grow in faith, form real friendships, and make a difference with one of our ensembles.
At Royal Oak First, Children’s Choirs are the number one place for our kids to connect, grow, and serve from preschool through fifth grade.
Our Wednesday evening program includes dinner, learning, and music from 5:30-7:30. Age 3-5th grade.
Youth Music - Revelation
Middle School Youth gather on Sunday evenings from 5:30-6:45 for Revelation rehearsals before dinner and youth group.
Youth Music - Angelus
High School Youth gather on Sunday evenings from 5:30-6:45 for Angelus rehearsals before dinner and youth group.
For more information on all of our youth choirs, contact Jennifer Semivan, Children and Youth Music Director, email@example.com
Music - Sanctus Choir
All voices are welcome in our adult choral ensemble, Sanctus. Join us for one of our 8-week sessions as we tackle challenging repertoire, build lasting friendships, and help lead the 11am worship service.
Director, Caleb Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org – Grade 9 and up.
Music - Carillon Ringers
Handbell and handchime ensemble, offering fun, faith, and music to various worship services and events through the year.
Co-Directors, Elizabeth Wright and Amy Rhoades, Grade 7 and up.
Music - House Band
Play guitar, drums, bass, accordion? Our eclectic instrumental and vocal ensemble leads music at the 9am worship.
Director, Caleb WIlliams, email@example.com, Grade 9 → 99
Other Opportunities, Concerts and Events
- Other Opportunities
- Want to sing or play a solo? Looking to put a group together? Would you like to bring music to hospitals, funerals or nursing homes?
- Ready to share your gift, or looking for some guidance, contact Caleb Williams, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Concerts and Events
Music - The Organ
Our sanctuary instrument was rebuilt by Schantz in 2007 and features 35 ranks (2050 pipes!). It’s perfect for leading the congregation in song.
For more information, or if you want to try sitting at the console, contact Debi Szeliga, Royal Oak First’s Organist, email@example.com