Music Ministry at FLC
Our music ministry seeks to connect people with God and to one another in weekly worship.
We’re welcoming a brand new, custom digital church organ, planned for Summer 2021!
Exploring the adventure, discipline, and spirituality of musical art, our church celebrates the passionate and faithful living with the unifying body of Christ. People of all ages are welcome to find a place of growth and service in one of our Chancel Ensembles or musical groups.
If you are interested in participating in music ministry at Faith Lutheran Church of Naples, Florida, please feel free to email Matthew Swingle or call 239-434-5811.
Ensembles and Musical Groups
This mixed-voice choir is one of the centerpieces of all the music groups of the church. Open to ages 16 and older, the choir rehearses on Thursday evenings from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. It serves as the primary choir for the Divine Services each weekend. Opportunities are numerous for adults to lead during service through hymnody, psalmody, and other liturgical elements.
Ringing three octaves of handbells, this group is one of the centerpieces of all the music groups of the church. This group is open to ages 16 and older. The Chancel Handbells rehearses on Wednesdays from 6:00pm to 7:00pm and leads monthly in the church’s worship service and in seasonal concerts and services.
Various instrumental ensembles ranging from chamber strings, piano trios, bluegrass bands, duets, and others provide supplemental diversity in music for monthly worship service and seasonal concerts. Instrumentalists with developed skill in orchestral instruments, percussion, and/or keyboard are invited to participate in our services.
Lambs of Faith Preschool Music Classes
The Lambs of Faith Preschool is a growing opportunity for children of ages 2 through 4 to begin their exposure to musical instruction. Using foundational music education methods of Gordon, Kodály, and Dalcroze, the preschoolers of the Lambs of Faith are taught musical patterns, aural chants, and rhythmic structure through purposeful musical play. Children are guided through the recognition and production of pitch and rhythm structure through a process called “audiation.”