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Music Ministry

Music - presented through a variety of musical offerings and styles - is an integral part of the worship experience at DUMC.

Note: If you are considering joining one of our choirs, please know there are no auditions to participate.

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Children's Choirs

A place for kids ages 3 - Grade 5 to have fun singing & sharing God's love while learning age-appropriate spiritual & musical concepts.

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Youth Choirs

A place for Grades 6 - 12 to begin to understand their creative & artistic gifts as tools for discipleship.

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Adult Choirs

College-age & older adults are invited to become involved in a small faith community, to participate in worship leadership, & to serve both the church & the local community.

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Songs of Holy Week

Musicians Mark Miller, Kevin Turner, and Scott Peters lead a live Holy Week Through Music performance. They perform songs meaningful to Holy Week. Mark and Scott have been frequent musical guests in worship at DUMC.

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols

This service has its roots in late 19th century England. It has been made famous by the choir of King's College, Cambridge, who has sung this service every Christmas Eve since 1918. The music changes every year, but the readings remain the same. The readings tell us the story of God's plan for salvation for us beginning with Adam and Eve and continuing until the coming of Christ. It is our hope that you will find the joy of Christmas within your hearts as we lead the familiar carols of the season as well as our anthems.

All Saints Worship 2021

We gather for worship on All Hallows Eve, or the day preceding All Saints Day when the Church remembers and gives thanks for the lives of the saints among us who have died in the past year.  While we mourn and grieve their loss, we do so as a people of hope, knowing that we are joined together and made one in Christ through the waters of baptism by the power of the Holy Spirit.  And, as St. Paul reminds us, for those who are in Christ, nothing can separate us from God or from one another - not even death.  This means that whenever and wherever the Church gathers, the saints gather with us.  The great cloud of witnesses that has run the race before us and by whose love and example we are more than we might otherwise be, they are with us, and together we are the communion of the saints.  On Sunday, the Word will be proclaimed by our choir and orchestra through the words of John Rutter’s Requiem.  

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