The versatile and unique All Souls Choir sings a variety of music that celebrates religious and cultural customs. As a UUA congregation — grateful for the religious pluralism that enriches our faith — we use our music to promote acceptance of one another, equity and compassion in human relations, spiritual growth, and a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.
We celebrate each Sunday service with songs that exemplify and express the theme or topic — for example, New Orleans jazz on Mardi Gras Sunday and gospel and spirituals during Black History Month. Our music director often arranges pop or Broadway tunes for the choir. Folk, traditional and contemporary choral arrangements are also in our repertoire.
The choir rehearses twice a week: 9:15 – 10:00 on Sunday mornings and 5:30 – 6:30 on Wednesday evenings, and it typically performs twice monthly during Sunday services and for holiday services.
If you enjoy music and are interested in learning more about the choir, please call the church office at 633-7717 … or talk to Mark Arnest (music director), Charla McGaugh (accompanist), or a choir member after service.