The Fenton United Methodist Chancel Choir was established officially in 1908 (though there is some evidence that there was a choir in the church before that), and remains the longest serving musical ensemble in Fenton’s history. The choir presents a musical offering every Sunday at the 11:00 traditional service and at special events such as the community advent concert and holy week services. The choir is under the direction of Choirmaster Dr. Matthew Packer and accompanied by organist/pianist Gary Horton. All adults, aged 18 to 120, are welcome to sing in the choir.
Our mission is to enhance worship through performing inspirational handbell pieces for the praise and glory of God. We open to all adults, and provide small group fellowship in a musical community. We are dedicated to serving our church and local community. Prior handbell experience and ability to read music is helpful but not necessary. We perform monthly at the 9:30 and 11:00 services as well as special holidays. We are also open to playing for family celebrations or events.
Our practices are Mondays from 7:15-8:30 pm
If you are looking for a new musical family to join consider playing bells! Email Lisa Pearson for more information.
The Fusion Youth Choir for students in grades 3-12 (some exceptions can be made for younger kids who want to participate) will begin practices on Wednesday, evenings from 5:15-6 PM in the activity room in the lower level of the FLC. This is a great opportunity to sing some awesome songs, share time with friends, and praise God! I hope you will join us! No experience necessary!
Please contact me if you have any questions -
Cindy Crawford, Director
Interested in learning and playing different instruments while singing praises to our wonderful God? Join our Children's Chimes Choir for K-5th grade! Practice will be for a half hour on Wednesdays and they will have the chance to perform during special occasions throughout the year.
Join us on Wednesday Nights 5-6pm downstairs in room 117.
If interested contact Lisa Pearson
Our ensemble is open to any wind musician excited to share their musical talents and able to play various church hymns as well as small ensemble pieces. We participate in the traditional-style worship services the third Sunday of each month, as well as Christmas Eve and Easter. Practice times TBD. Contact Lisa Pearson