Music is central to the worship life of University Presbyterian Church, and music is chosen to support and reflect the sermon theme and texts of the Sunday morning and evening worship services. University Presbyterian Church offers many opportunities for friends and members to become involved in music ministry.
The brass ensemble plays for special services, like Thanksgiving and Easter among others. Contact: Bob
Cathedral Choir rehearses on Thursdays, 7–9pm, September through May. It sings most Sundays during 8:30am worship, occasionally at 11:45am worship, and participates in one or two concerts a year. Read more here. To set up a membership interview, contact: David.
Children from preschool age to 8th grade can join choirs that meet on Sundays and sing in services a few times a year. Learn more on our kids page.
Global Friends Singing Ensemble
Everyone is welcome to join us, but we extend a special invitation to internationals. No audition required. We rehearse one to two times per month, on Fridays, 7:15–8:15pm, following the Global Friends Dinner in Geneva Hall and we sing occasionally in Sunday worship. Contact: Dori
Rehearses Thursdays September through June. Sings monthly for evening or morning worship and at other events. All that’s required is a commitment to the ministry of the choir; no audition necessary. Read more here. Contact: Aimie
The String Ensemble participates monthly in Sunday worship at 11:45am. Contact: Bob
Contemporary Worship Ensemble
A contemporary music team that plays at the 10am and 5pm worship services. Contact: Bob
Our Reuter pipe organ, Opus 2196, was completed in 1999 with a size and versatility unequaled in the greater Northwest region of the United States. This powerful and sensitive instrument meets the needs of leading worship through hymns, accompanying choirs and soloists, supports a wide range of organ literature and is visually exciting. Click here for a complete list of stops.