Children's Choirs

We are truly excited about the opportunities for your children to experience a closer relationship with God through the worship arts. Our children's choirs meet during the school year.

  • Wesley Choir (Ages 5-2nd Grade), rehearses Wednesdays from 6:15pm-6:45pm in Room 101. Directed by Chris Dederer, Organist and Director of Children's Music.
  • Choristers (3rd-5th Grade), rehearses Sundays from 6pm-6:45pm in Room 101. Directed by Chris Dederer, Organist and Director of Children's Music. 
  • Chime Choir (3rd-5th Grade), rehearses Sundays from 6:50pm-7:30pm in the Music Room
    Choir Chimes are are musical instruments played similarly to handbells, but they are much more durable and great for all ages (you don't have to wear gloves or worry about scratches). This will be a great opportunity for the older children to have hands-on experience with an instrument and allow them to develop their music literacy skills, which have been proven to help stimulate the learning process for children in all areas, not just music! Directed by Jared Gordon, Director of Handbell Ministries.

Children's Music Programs

All classes run for five consecutive weeks. Each class is limited to 10 registrants. Cost is $25 (includes materials). Each class will be held in the Youth Building of Christ United Methodist Church. In case of inclement weather, all BabyMusic and MusicPlay classes will follow the Guilford County school closings. 

BabyMusic (3-24 months)

BabyMusic classes involve songs, rhymes and activities that help with language acquisition and pre-literacy skill. Participants should bring a large towel on which to sit. 

June Session
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11am
June 1, 5, 8, 12 and 15

Select "Please choose a class" and click "Add" to be able to choose  your session.

MusicPlay(2-3 years)

MusicPlay classes involve songs, rhymes, and musical movement. Participants should bring a large towel on which to sit.

We are not currently offering any MusicPlay classes. Please check back periodically for new dates.