Music at UUCG
“First we sing, then we understand.” – Rabbi Abraham Heschel (1907-1972)
Music is an integral part of this faith community. Whether making music or simply being present to what is being offered, music helps us “unplug” from the routine of our lives and helps us make connections within our community. Sometimes those connections are immediate and local. At other times they are more global in scope. A wide variety of styles and theological perspectives are offered.
All are invited to join in making music.
The entire community is enriched by the sharing of your gifts.
Ways to ParticipateSinging with all your heart on congregational hymns.
Wednesdays 7:00pm – 7:25pm September – May.
Providing a hymn-sing ministry with “mUUsic on the road”
Scheduled as needed. Music Team sponsored.
Generating programs, projects and ideas with Music Team.
collaborating with the vision plan of the Director of Music through financial assistance, logistics and reflective input, and
sharing the healing message of Unitarian Universalism through musical outreach;
thus, enriching the musical life of this community.
Joining the Chalice Choir.
“Choir Guide: What is it really like to sing in the UUCG Choir” is available to download.
Winter Holidays Music Sunday
“Bending Towards the Light: A Jazz Nativity” by Anne Phillips (collaboration with West Market Street United Methodist Church since 2006)
May Music Ministry Sunday
Interested musicians of all varieties (including singers and instrumentalists), wanting to share and participate in some way are asked to contact Mark Freundt, Director of Music.