Music At Central Lutheran
Central has two adult choirs: the Central Chorale — our fifty-voice singing choir — and the Central Handbell Choir for high school students and adults.
Music ministry has been one of Central’s strengths since moving to the present site; the outstanding acoustic in the sanctuary provides a sympathetic and beautiful setting for music ministry. Our musical instruments, the Brombaugh organ installed in 1976, and the Steinway grand piano (1986) along with sixty handbells (1985-present), have given further focus to the program through the years. The Music Ministry program is headed by Dr. ElRay Stewart-Cook, our Organist/Choirmaster.
Elementary school-aged children (K-5) are invited to join CLC’s Children Choir, an ensemble that explores the building blocks of music, hones focus and patience, supports each other with true camaraderie, and revels in the joy of musical expression! Our Children's Choir is directed by Dr. Lindsey R. Henriksen.
Babies, toddlers, and preschoolers all love Music Together! Our classes are designed for children 0-5 (accompanied by an adult caregiver), and they support every child, no matter their learning style or stage of development. Each weekly class includes lots of music activities especially created for young children, led by a trained teacher who inspires everyone to join in the fun. We have reserved space for CLC/CUE families (registration fee waived) in the Tuesday evening class at 6pm as part of our Together Tuesday programming. More information here.