Music to Touch the Heart and Soul
Music at St. Luke Church is a vital part of the worship experience. And there are a variety of ways for you to participate regardless of your musical experience! Whichever service you attend, you will be blessed by the magnificent space and the equally powerful music. Whether listening to our custom-built cathedral-style organ, Chancel Choir, handbells or orchestra in our 1948 sanctuary, or our dynamic Praise Band in our fantastic Ministry Center, the music of St. Luke will touch your heart and leave you inspired and encouraged.
For more information, please contact Marc Boensel, Director of Music and Arts, at 706.327.4343.
ST. LUKE CHANCEL CHOIR
The Chancel Choir is made up of adults and students and serves as the core musical group for the St. Luke traditional worship services. The Choir rehearses weekly on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., and sings in worship each Sunday at 8:30 and 11:00. No audition is necessary and all are welcome to join at any time during the year.
The Bessie Howard Ward Handbell Choir plays in services throughout the year. The Handbell Choir is made up of adults and students and rehearses weekly each Wednesday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. No audition is necessary however basic music reading skills are required.
ST. LUKE ORCHESTRA
The St. Luke Orchestra is a concert band made up of adult and student members of the church as well as community members. Rehearsals and performances occur throughout the year.
ST. LUKE PRAISE TEAM
The St. Luke Praise Team provides music and leads the worship experience for the Contemporary Worship Service each Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. Rehearsals take place at various times during the week. Participation is limited and auditions are necessary.
YOUTH WORSHIP TEAM
The Corner Worship team is composed of high-school aged students and musicians who lead worship weekly at The Corner.
The St. Luke Children’s Choir is made up of children in kindergarten through 5th grade and rehearses weekly. The Choir sings in worship at various times throughout the year.