Wednesday Fellowship has been a hallmark FLC Senior Ministry for nearly 50 years. Every Wednesday, 40 to 60 seniors gather for devotions and hymns, led by a member of the pastoral team and followed by a delicious luncheon served by FLC volunteers. Many also come early to enjoy a 30-minute organ recital by Michael Olson, Minister of Music. Several stop by the parish nurse office to have their blood pressure checked and/or health-related questions addressed.
Michael Olson is well known for his magnificent talent on the organ. Everyone is welcome to hear him play every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. in the Sanctuary. These recitals provide an opportunity for you to unwind, relax and reflect. While most of the recitals are played on the church’s pipe organ, occasionally a piano recital is presented and guest musicians are invited to share their talents. After the recital you are invited to attend Wednesday Fellowship Worship in the chapel at 1:30 p.m. with lunch and fellowship following in Celebration Hall.
Joyful Noise Choir
Anyone in Grades 7-9 is invited to come and sing along with Joyful Noise! They will perform in worship occasionally and with other FLC musical groups. No audition is needed. Boys and girls are welcome. This choir is directed by Katie Damico.
The Women's Choir, under the direction of Kathy Ferreira, is a choral group for women who love to sing and praise the Lord...
The Men’s Choir, directed by David Ferreira, is a group of guys who love to give glory to the Lord in song . . .
The Heavenly Bells Handbell Choir, under the direction of Michael Olson, rehearses once a week. The group plays for the two Sanctuary worship services approximately once a month during the school year.
There is nothing like an orchestra to enhance the worship experience. If you would like to join the FLC orchestra, we welcome you! . . .
First Lutheran Church celebrates the angelic voices of children with the Children’s Choir! Singing shapes a child's spiritual life and they learn scripture . . .
The Cathedral Choir is at the cornerstone of the music ministry at First, bringing glory to God through music that reflects. . .