We have a wide variety of traditional worship opportunities here at St. Mark. Read below for information about our choirs and other opportunities. If you have a musical gift you would like to share with us, or just want more information, please email Rebecca Gundlach
Senior Choir
Senior-Choir-2013 NASH 50
Senior Choir is directed by Wendy Weidner, and meets for one hour on Thursday evenings, beginning at 7:30PM (Sept – May).  The senior choir sings a variety of music, often collaborating with brass groups, bells, and soloists.  During the school year, we sing about twice a month, and at specials times such as Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  The senior choir welcomes singers of
all ability levels and experience.  Please stop by and sing with us! 
Cherub Choir
Cherub Choir is open to children from age 4 through 2nd grade, and meets during the first part of Sunday School during the school year.  Jennifer Miller leads the Cherubs during the 8 o’clock service throughout the Sunday School season. Please encourage your child to sing with the Cherubs by singing along with them during the week!
Bell Choir
St. Mark’s “Bells of Joy”  bell choir, ringing 3 octaves of bells, performs during worship services September—May.   The hand bell choir is open to anyone high school age and up who loves to make music! We invite you to join our group whether you are a seasoned bell ringer, or have never rung before (some musical experience is helpful) – we will train you! We need regular ringers, and substitutes.  They play a variety of music about once a month during the traditional services, sometimes in conjunction with other groups.  The bell choir meets on Wednesday Nights from 6:30-7:30pm, and is directed by Karen Gerold.  
Brass Choir
The brass choir is open to instrumentalists of intermediate level or above, and meets seasonally to prepare special music for holiday services, which may include Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Easter, or certain collaborations with the choir. Please contact 
Collin Crowl if you would like to be on the list, and he will contact you with a semi-annual itinerary.
Many of the liturgy settings used in the traditional service at St. Mark rely on cantors.  If you are interested in being a cantor, we are happy to work with you to go through the settings of the Liturgy used at St. Mark and to see if they work with your range and comfort level.  Cantors are scheduled by Collin Crowl.
Soloist/Small Ensemble Opportunities
We are always looking for those who would like to be part of an occasional small group, or who would like to offer their vocal or instrumental talents.  We have a small library of music that is ever growing, but are happy to consider pieces individuals or groups have already learned!  Please talk to Collin Crowl to find out about scheduling a special music slot.