Children’s Choir

Psalm 95: 1-2

Oh come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation!

Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; let us make a joyful noise to him with songs of praise!


*Kids and families of OSLC, it’s time to sing again! Please feel free to invite friends and neighbors to our fun filled half hour of song and stay for Sunday School.  We will continue to learn how to read music and even use percussion instruments as we explore rhythms. We have a great new batch of songs and actions to learn so bring your voice and let’s make a joyful noise!

A call to all musicians in out congregation:
We need soloist or small ensemble groups to provide special music on the Sundays the choir doesn’t sing. If you could share your time and talents, OSLC would love to have you. Instrumentalists and singers of all styles and backgrounds add a great deal to our worship services, so please consider volunteering. Please speak with our Organist/Pianist David Adams to see which Sundays are available and sign up.


Our Savior’s Lutheran Children’s Choir is a wonderful group where kids can sing praises to God! Whether your child is an aspiring singer or maybe just more comfortable doing the song’s actions, there is a place for them in this choir. This group meets most Sundays during the school year, September through May. The Children’s Choir rehearses upstairs in the choir room after church, generally around 10:45. After that they head on down to Sunday school to continue the fun and learning.


Currently the Children’s Choir has ages 4-10. They explore a variety of traditional hymns like “Children Go Where I Send thee” to favorite kid songs like “Deep and Wide.” Director Erica Hoaglund, encourages the kids to create actions to everything they sing. Singing while doing actions channels their energy and because they are creating their own, they take ownership of these songs. The Children’s Choir  learns the basics of proper vocal production as well as music reading. Erica believes it is essential that we pass along the values of joyful worship in the Lutheran tradition of God’s grace for all people. Children must feel welcome in church and Children’s Choir gives them the opportunity to creatively praise God in our community.




*Please have your child to the choir room by 9:15 on these Sundays, so that we can rehearse the song before church. Each child needs to have a parent present for this brief rehearsal and then escort them down to service.

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