There is a venerable saying that to sing once is to pray twice. From the first note of the Prelude to the final chord of the Postlude, the Eucharistic Liturgy is a prayer in song. Music adds a fathomless beauty to our liturgy as we lift our hearts and minds to God in worship. At PHLC, the music ministry strives for excellence as we seek to give glory to God. In our goal to create meaningful liturgy, we acknowledge that our music must be cohesive, complement the themes of the Lectionary, and inspire those gathered for worship.


Contact:  Jenny Wojnar



Chancel Choir
(Adults AND Grades 7 through 12)
The Chancel Choir is comprised of dedicated parishioners and alternates singing at the 8:30 and 11:00 morning liturgies September through May. The choir also sings for special liturgies throughout the Church Year including Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, Holy Week, and Easter. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings in the church from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., and is always in need of more dedicated individuals to join. Vocal training and ability to read music are ideal but not necessary. If you like to sing, come and join your voice with ours!


Children’s Choir
We will be announcing the Children’s Choir rehearsal schedule soon.


 Praise Team

(Grades 9-12 & Adult)

The Praise Team rehearses as needed, with typical rehearsals taking place on Sunday mornings at 10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary. We pray that you consider joining this ministry opportunity. The Praise Team will lead music in the 11 a.m. service. If you would like to play or sing regularly or occasionally, please join us for rehearsal.


Special Music – Soloists and Instrumentalists

(Grades 6-12 & Adult)

Please consider serving for special music during an 8:30 or 11:00 a.m. service. Contact Kyle if you would like to prepare a music selection or selections for the Prelude, Offering, Special Music, or Communion.


(Adults & Grades 9-12)
Cantors are leaders of song for our liturgies and sing as often as they are available. Rehearsals are scheduled as necessary. Individual preparation is expected and vocal experience is required. Participation in the Chancel Choir is a prerequisite for this ministry in order to gain experience and familiarity with the Lutheran Liturgy.



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