"Music during Plymouth worship services reflects the diversity of the people. With the breadth of music talents shared, everyone can find an offering that inspires and comforts." - Kendalle Cobb, Plymouth church member
Plymouth Church has long been known for its music program. Whether we sing, ring a bell, blow a trumpet, shake a maraca, strum a guitar, or clap on two and four (more likely one and three), we are able to feel the presence of a loving God! There are NO auditions to participate in music at Plymouth Church. The only requirements are enthusiasm, energy and effort. We work together to develop a collective sense of community musically and spiritually.
"My internship at Plymouth Church helped me gain the skills, experience and confidence I needed
to competently lead a church music program."- Kyle Ballantine, First Baptist Church, Savannah, GA
The Congregational Choir is our largest choir of about 150 each Sunday. Hymns of different styles are sung from both the Pilgrim Hymnal and The New Century Hymnal. Through congregational singing we retell our faith, we connect with past generations, and we sing for each other.
The Plymouth Choir rehearses on Thursday evenings from 7:30-9:00 pm September through April and prior to worship on Sundays. The choir is comprised of adults and high school students who enjoy preparing and offering a wide variety of anthems and large works.
The Summer Choir sings at various times during June, July, & August with a brief rehearsal on Sunday mornings at 9:20 am.
The Plymouth Ringers (Handbell Choir) is an ensemble comprised of adults and youth who ring the church's five octave set of handbells and three octave set of handchimes monthly during worship. Membership in this ensemble is limited.
The Plymouth Folk Revival is a lay lead ensemble. From guitar to banjo, penny whistle to harmonica, this group offers music that stirs the soul. This ensemble offers music for worship at various times and rehearses as needed.
Instrumentalists of all ages participate in worship at various times. Please speak with the Minister of Music and The Arts.
Children participate in worship throughout the year sharing their musical gifts by playing instruments and/or singing songs learned in Sunday School.