When God asks us to sing a new song, it is because God believes that we can. – John Bell
About Adult Choir
Adult Choir can change your life. Together, we pray, laugh, deepen our faith, build community, and learn to sing in a way that encourages the participation and involvement of our Parish community. It is our goal to reach hearts, change lives, and express, through transcendent music, the love of our Lord. Become a part of this fantastic family!
The adult choir accepts teens also if weekly Tuesday night practice can fit into their schedules. The occasional missed practice is accessible online via Dropbox. Reading music and/or vocal training is helpful, but definitely not necessary. Very few Parishioners have these credentials!
If you like a vibrant singing experience at Mass, then please be a part of our choir. “We are the ones that we are waiting for.” We sing from September through Corpus Christi Sunday (in June). We also have an exciting relationship with Fr. John Judie Ministries, raising money for the impoverished children of Tanzania.
Adult Choir Practice Schedule
Tuesdays 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, Sundays 10:00 am in the St. Cecilia practice room on the first floor of the Parish Center. Open extra rehearsal time at 9:30 am Sundays.
SHOULD I STILL COME TO PRACTICE IF I AM NOT GOING TO BE HERE THIS WEEKEND? -yes, please know that we can only grow as a choir if we come together on Tuesday nights to pray, sing, and prepare beyond the imminent.
Liturgies: Sundays 10:30 am Masses and Holy Days, 7:00 pm Masses.
SOUP SALE: THANK YOU to everyone who purchased soup, and to Rachel Lauck for organizing this fundraiser for our new digital piano in the choir room. We raised $960.75. Many members of the choir made soup for this fundraiser, and Monsignor also made large amounts of his ham and bean soup for us to sell. We are so grateful to everyone.
Director of Music Ministry
570 784-0801 Ext. 5
Current Music Schedule: PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE PRESENT CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS, OUR MUSIC MINISTRY IS ON HIATUS FOR NOW. THIS TOO SHALL PASS! “All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.”
― Julian of Norwich
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