PHPC Music Ministry
The Music Ministry of Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church is a vital and active music program that involves vocal ensembles, handbell choirs, and instruments. We hope that God will be glorified and that both performers and hearers will be moved to a closer relationship with God.
Sunday, December 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. There is no charge for admision.
All the church's musical ensembles will present favorite music of the season. A reception follows in the Atrium.
Christmas Music Services
Sunday, December 15, at 9:30 and 11 a.m. in the Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary Choir and orchestra will present selections from Antonio Vivaldi's "Gloria" as part of the morning worship experience.
Spring Masterworks Concert
Sunday, March 16, at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. There is no charge for admission.
Mack Wilberg, conductor of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, will be here to conduct the Sanctuary Choir and orchester in his beautiful "Requiem".
Sunday, June 8, at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. There is no charge for admission.
The Sanctuary Choir and orchestra present a program of all-American music that has become an annual favorite at PHPC. An old-fashioned ice cream social follows in Jubilee Hall.
The Sanctuary Choir, a group of dedicated singers, leads both the 9:30 and 11:00 worship services each Sunday. They sing a variety of styles of traditional church music in worship and also have several special concerts throughout the year.
The Sanctuary Choir commissioned several anthems and major works to be written. This process allowed our choir to sing the premiere performances of music by such composers as Bob Chilcott, Hal Hopson, Paul Leddington Wright, Ray Andrews, and Anthony Di Lorenzo.
Our choir has even toured both nationally and internationally with performances for the International Church Music Festival in Rome, the Cambridge (England) Summer Music Festival, the Texas Choral Directors Association, and the Presbyterian Association of Musicians national conference.
For more information, contact Terry Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We organize our children's choirs to include children from ages four through sixth grade.The goal of the choirs is to provide religious, educational, and recreational opportunities for children, to develop an understanding of worship, to encourage a sense of personal responibility and cooperation, and to present music to the glory of God.
For children aged 4 (by September 1) through kindergarten
Rehearsals Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:30 in room S220
For children in first and second grades
Rehearsals Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:30 in room S219
For children in third through sixth grades
Rehearsals Sunday mornings from 8:45 - 9:30 in room S218
This choir is for youth in grades 7 through 12 who have a high level of commitment to God and to the church. They sing during worship services on a regular basis and also lead special services on Christmas Eve, Maundy Thursday, and Easter. Rehearsals are Sunday mornings from 10:40 - 11:10 in the Youth House. For more information, contact Terry Price at email@example.com.
Our handbell choirs provide music for both worship services and special programs in the church and community.
Our Jubilate Ringers are children in fourth to sixth grade. They rehearse Sunday mornings from 10:30 - 10:55 in room S218.
The Sanctuary Ringers handbell choir is open to adults and college-aged people who can read music and have a good sense of rhythm. They rehearse Wednesday evenings from 5:30 - 7 in room S218. Child care is available.
For more information, contact Judy Melson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Creative Arts Workshop
Every year the third through sixth graders of PHPC look forward to June when they can show their stuff as budding actors in the Creative Arts Workshop children’s musical. This workshop offers an experience in the arts for our children where they can increase their knowledge of Bible/faith stories as well as to make new friends. The music is learned during May and June in music rehearsals. The workshop week environment provides a setting in which the children can help make their own costumes, props and scenery, create their own dances, experience the joy of a mutual project with other children, and learn about stagecraft. After a week of preparation, the cast presents their musical Friday night and Sunday morning.