Music Ministries at Messiah Lutheran Church
Music is a Treasured Gift from God!
Messiah’s music ministries strive to make connections through God’s gift of music available to all ages, musical interests and preferences.
We worship in many styles and formats and as such, accompany and enhance each worship service uniquely.
Worship is accompanied by pipe organ, piano, guitar, wind instruments, or praise band in keeping with the liturgy and tone of the service. Special music adds to the beauty and enjoyment of worship and is provided by the many adults, youth, and children involved in Messiah’s vocal and instrumental ensembles listed on this page.
Get involved with Messiah’s music ministries! It’s a wonderful way for you and your family to worship God, grow in faith and connect with others.
Our music ministries extend beyond the worship service into our community! On the bottom of this page, you’ll find our annual music outreach events and programs that strive to foster positive connections through music to our surrounding community!
Current Music Ensembles, Leaders & Rehearsal Times
Musical Group Schedule Rehearsals Resume in September!
Wednesday 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm Cherub Choir – Room 6 (Claire Strand)
Wednesday 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm Seraph Choir – Room 11/12 (Lois Graff)
Wednesday 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm Guitar with Ric – Room 9/10 (Ric Birdsong)
Wednesday 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Notabella – Fellowship Hall (Rhonda Gaede)
Sunday 12:15 – 1:15 pm (bi-weekly) Instrumental Ensemble – Sanctuary (Lois Graff)
Wednesday 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm Adult Choir – Sanctuary (Randall Fields)
Thursday 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm I Used to Play – Room 9/10 (Larry Frakes)
Messiah Music Camp
Please visit the Music Camp Website at musiccamp.mlutheran.org
June 2019’s musical was Light of Life: Signs of the Savior. The goodness, love, and majesty of God were revealed to humankind through Jesus. In John’s gospel, Jesus’ seven signs reveal his divinity and point us to our eternal Father. While learning the musical, children explored these seven signs and Jesus’ saving mission.
June 2020 Music Camp dates are June 8 – 12
The camp runs 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a Saturday morning dress rehearsal and Sunday presentations during worship. Weekday mornings are full of music, crafts, drama, recreation, worship, and a snack. After a sack lunch (from home), campers will enjoy afternoon activities like roller skating, bowling, movies, etc. Cost is $95. Family plans: $75 second child, $55 third child. For more information, contact Lois Graff at email@example.com.
Music at Messiah Classical Concert Series
Beginning in 2013 following the expansion of Messiah’s sanctuary in 2012, the Music at Messiah Classical Concert series presents 3 to 4 classical music concerts annually to the neighboring communities in North Alabama.
The concerts are free and open to the public.
For more information, please visit the Music at Messiah website at www.musicatmessiah.org
Here is a link to some additional photos from music photos.
Messiah Lutheran Church Music Camp presents Man With A Mission - The Story of the Apostle Paul. This week, children from Messiah Lutheran Church and the local community participated in an original musical production entitled "Man With A Mission" during the...
On Sunday, June 1st The Cherub Choir performed, "Let The Children Come To Me". The Cherub Choir is directed by Claire Strand (with help from Stephen Strand). Pictured, L to R: Alexander Mansfield, Ty Mooningham, Hannah Seitz, Samantha Gloe, Amalia...
Happy Easter! These photos are from the pancake breakfast and the 11:00am service of worship. Thank you to all for the wonderful music during this service of worship. Jesus Christ is Risen Indeed!
Sunday, December 8, 2013 was the 15th Annual Ring and Sing concert at Messiah Lutheran Church. Each year the various musical groups at Messiah present their selections of Christmas favorites. The musical groups include the Notabella Bell Choir, Cherub Choir, Adult...
Director of Music and Worship Ministries
Adult Choir Director: Randall Fields
Church Council Representative for Worship and Music: Taylor Burton
About Lois Graff
Lois Graff moved from Minnesota to the Madison area in 1987. Ministry through God’s gift of music is at the heart of her work. Worship of God is central at Messiah Lutheran Church.
Grateful for the many musical gifts that God has bestowed on Messiah, she enjoys witnessing how music ministry draws God’s people together and nurtures them for service to God and ministry to others. Her favorite recreational activities include piano playing and accompanying, composition, travel, and enjoying God’s creation.