Our music is a gift from and offering to God.

Music is a vital and integral part of worship at Westminster. We sustain ourselves as individuals and as a congregation through rich worship experiences filled with diverse artistic expression, with our music reinforcing and heightening the meaning of Scripture and the spoken word.

We welcome participants of all ages and levels of experience to join our choirs, play the handbells, or serve as an instrumentalist in an ensemble. There is joy to be shared through music!

Adult Performing Ensembles

Westminster Choir


The Westminster Choir rehearses Wednesdays from 6:30–8:30 pm and sings every Sunday in the 10:30 worship. This choir sings the great sacred repertoire from all musical periods and enjoys the musical development, social outlet, and spiritual growth of their time together. Reading skills and previous musical experience are helpful. Contact Amanda Weber for more information.

The Chapel Choir


Chapel Choir is a non-auditioned ensemble that explores the vast landscape of sacred music from all over the world. The choir sings once a month at the 8:30 am service. Chapel choir rehearses the Sunday it sings, beginning at 7:40 am in the Chapel. All are invited to participate regardless of age or experience. For more information, contact Barbara Prince.

Handbell Choir


The Handbell Choir provides Westminster members and friends with an opportunity to experience music through the playing of handbells and choir chimes. This ensemble rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 6-7pm in the Great Hall and plays occasionally in worship and for other special events. Previous bell choir experience is not required, though basic music-reading skills are necessary. For more information, contact Mark Kieffer.

Children & Youth Choirs

The Westminster music program offers opportunities for children beginning age 3 through 12th grade. These musical ensembles run in tandem with education to nurture a lifelong desire to participate in worship and a faith community. Through the choir experience, children learn commitment, attachment, the content of the creeds and the fun of singing. The choirs give children a garden in which to grow and successfully express their praise. Being in choir pulls a young person into the immediacy of the worship situation and gives them an active role in that drama. Development of musical skills contributes to self-esteem and a fuller life experience.  Read more about the music ensembles on the Families, Youth, and Children page, connect directly with Brad Ollmann, Director of Early & Middle Childhood Music.


Amanda Weber
Minister of Music and the Arts

Kenneth Vigne
Interim Organist

Barbara Prince
Program Facilitator for Music & the Arts

David Ostenso Moore
Director of Music, Gathered at Five

Brad Ollmann
Director, Early & Middle Childhood Music

Westminster Performing Arts Series

This new series began in 2019 and featured music from Cuban jazz to South African gospel, contemporary choral to bluegrass, and more. The series was put on hold during Covid-19, but will resume as soon as safely possible.

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