Below are the groups that serve in our music ministry:
Music Accompanying Sunday Mass
Saturday, 4:30 pm Mass - 4:30 Choir
Styles of music are derived from a variety of sources, including Ritual Song, Gather, and contemporary selections. This group started for grades 2 through 8 and their parents , but is also open to anyone interested. Instrumentalists are also welcome.
Sunday, 11:00 am Mass - Traditional Choir
This group consists of a volunteer choir accompanied by the organ, piano and strings. Visiting instrumentalists also join us for special events!
Our selections come from our Ritual Song and Gather hymnals, as well as special pieces.
This choir has both a weekday evening and Sunday rehearsal.
Sunday 6:00 pm Mass - Rock with Jesus
This group consists of electric guitars, drums, piano, synthesizer, brass, and flute, as well as a choir made up of youth and young adults from our parish.
This group incorporates the widest variety of contemporary Christian music, including popular praise and worship favorites. We also include as songs found in Ritual Song and Gather. Our 7th and 8th graders have joined the Rock Mass and will sing periodically during the year.
Music Accompany other Masses & Services
Immaculate Conception parish also has a Funeral Choir. The choir sings at the funeral masses. They meet half-an-hour before the funeral Mass to rehearse. All are welcome.
Immaculate Conception School Children's Choir:
Our all-school Masses are accompanied by our children's choir made up of Immaculate Conception School students. This is coordinated by Christina Pultz-miller.
We are always looking for :
People seeking new ways of becoming involved
If interested in singing, you do NOT have to read music, though that is a plus! If you have never sung in a choir, you are still welcome to participate.
If interested in providing instrumental music, please contact Amy to arrange a small audition. You may be asked to read chords if playing either piano or guitar.
Please discuss with Amy if the group in which you are interested requires the completion of Safe Environment Training.