Music

Although attending many different schools the young adults have formed close bonds through The United Methodist Church and enjoy worshipping together in song.

"When you sing, you pray twice," reads a quote commonly attributed to St. Augustine. United Methodists have been a singing people since Charles Wesley wrote hymns that had the first Methodists singing what they believed. Today, we continue that tradition with hymns, praise songs and choruses led by organists, pianists and praise bands. 

Find resources, devotions, prayers and more about the music of our church, and a few useful links that you can use to find additional music resources. 

Image of Charles Wesley. Courtesy of United Methodist Commission on Archives and History.
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Who We Are

Charles Wesley's Gift of Music

John's younger brother made his own contribution as "the poet laureate and great writer of Methodism."

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Hymn writer Fanny Crosby, circa 1915. Image in the public domain.
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Who We Are

Fanny Crosby: Legendary Methodist Hymn Writer

Despite being blind, she penned "Blessed Assurance" and "Jesus Keep Me Near the Cross" and wrote more hymns than Charles Wesley.

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The Gift of Music

Advent and Christmas Music

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