Westminster Presbyterian Church seeks a Praise Band Director to direct all music activity at its 9 a.m. contemporary worship service each Sunday. Skills include singing and playing an instrument. Candidate must have a vibrant faith along with experience singing, playing an instrument (preferably piano) and directing singers and musicians in worship. This is a part-time position, up to 10 hours a week. Salary commensurate with experience. Please send resume to Pastor Wes Nordman at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the Westminster music community! Whatever your taste or experience, you are invited to participate in the exciting music programs here at historic Westminster. We welcome everyone, from professional to amateur, from young to old, from new to experienced.
The Praise Band is open to all members and friends. The band leads the congregation’s 9 am Contemporary Worship Service in our social hall and in summers our outdoor courtyard. Members sing and perform contemporary, jazz and folk-based Christian music, on instruments both acoustic and electric,
The Praise Band focuses on music that sounds like a part of everyday life, speaking the message that God is indeed found in the every day, the ordinary. The group rehearses Tuesdays at 6 p.m. and at 8 am Sundays before worship.
Questions? CLICK HERE to contact choir director Lee Hoffman.
The Chancel Choir sings a variety of traditional and modern anthems, and leads the congregation in singing hymns and spiritual songs, illuminating the focus of each 11:00 a.m. worship service. You are welcome to join the choir simply by attending a rehearsal on Thursday at 7 p.m.
Westminster Ringers hand-bell choir rehearses on Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. in the Patio Room.
Westminster Ringers provides beautiful music for the Sunday worship services. Our instruments include a five-octave set of Whitechapel hand-bells, and a three-octave set of hand chimes. Hand-bell ringing is has grown in popularity worldwide.
For 150 years, Westminster has distinguished itself with high-quality music, musicians, and musical instruments. When many churches had only a piano or reed organ, Westminster’s first church building (completed in about 1866 and located at 6th & L Streets in downtown Sacramento) had a small, hand-pumped pipe organ.
Speaking within one of the finest acoustics in all of Sacramento, the grand sanctuary pipe organ contributes a wide range of spiritual moods to the traditional worship services, to weddings, and to memorials: from ethereal and meditative, to grand and majestic. The Moller also serves as a concert instrument for Music At Noon and special community events. The current home of Westminster (completed in 1927 and located at 13th & N Streets across from Capitol Park) was originally equipped with a 28-rank Reuter pipe organ.