Music is an integral part of worship here at Myers Park Pres and is a much-beloved element of worship for both our traditional and contemporary services. Whether you keep rhythm on a bass, sing loudly in the shower, or simply want to learn more, all are welcome to share the musical gifts God has given you.
No audition required to participate in any of our excellent ensembles.
All singers are welcome to join the Chancel Choir, which provides choral leadership of our traditional worship in the Sanctuary. Some music-reading ability, pitch-matching skills, and a love of singing required.
Contact Mark Kemp to get involved.
Lend your musical talents to help lead worship during Celebrate, our contemporary worship service. Vocalists, violists, bassists, you name it, we have a place for you!
Contact Cameron Moore to get involved.
Children's Worship Arts
Children in 1st-5th grade are invited to join us as we explore all the ways we can worship through singing, percussion, art, and fun while preparing to lead in worship throughout the year. Class will be followed by an optional family dinner at 6:15 p.m.
Music & Movement
Children ages 3-K are invited to grow in God’s grace as we sing, play, dance, move, and discover music as a joyful means of expression!
Infants & toddlers are invited to come sing, dance, listen, move, and play simple instruments, such as jingles, rattles, and drums!
Contact Amy House for more information, cost, and to sign up.
Our main Sanctuary organ is a 75-rank Casavant, Op. 2625 (1961) which is played from a four manual French terraced style console (2008). In addition to the main instrument, the gallery organ is a 25-rank Casavant and is played from a three manual English style console. Both organs may be played as separate instruments or united as one instrument from either console.
Our chapel organ is an Allen Renaissance Quantum model Q285 with English Cathedral specification.
Our carillon comprises 27 bells (fully chromatic in two octaves from C to C with the addition of the upper C sharp and D sharp bells). Our instrument was built in 1984 by the John Taylor Company of England.
The carillon (the tower bells) is played before and after Sunday services, as well as for weddings, funerals, and other services as requested. The ability to read music is necessary and piano training is extremely helpful.
Contact Lexi Kramer to get involved.
Special thanks to Jim Kothe for the production of this video tour.
Interested in using our space for your next musical endeavor? Fill out our Facility Request Form and we will get in touch!
Coordinator of Contemporary Worship & Arts
(704) 376-3695 x307