MUSIC IN WORSHIP

Music is a very important component of or Sunday morning worship services at UU Fellowship of San Luis Obispo County.  The worship service is made vital and relevant to the most people by weaving spoken words, storytelling and music in an attempt to bring an inspirational experience.

Because our community is diverse, we provide diverse styles of music, both choral and instrumental, always trying to be consistent with the topic for the day.  Our contemporary style is one of diversity.

We sing traditional, gospel, popular and always attempt to support our vast community of UU singer/songwriters by using their material

We play classical, jazz, popular piano music as well as guitar accompaniment on occasion.  We invite solo instruments as often as possible played by folks from our own UU community and invited from the larger community.

Each year, we have one to two services which are principally dedicated to music.

Our choir and congregation join together to celebrate and express the core of our beings through song.

At the heart of our music program are the many talented and enthusiastic volunteers who sing in the choir, perform at the services and support Music Ministry in other ways.


UU Chancel Choir

Our choir consists of anyone with a love of music and singing who is willing and able to attend Thursday evening rehearsals and to sing for 2 – 3 services each month from September through June.

One Hour Choir

On occasion, we ask anyone with a love of music and singing to join us on Sunday morning to rehearse one or two songs to perform that morning.  This enables folks with limited time to join in the song and is a joyous and rewarding experience for all.

Instrumentals and Vocal Ensembles

Anyone with the talent and training to play a musical instrument is asked to contact the Music Director to discuss possible ways of participating in Worship Services, either along with the choir or solo instrumental.

 

 

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Music Committee

Our Music Committee has spearheaded our music program.  They have developed the Chamber Concert Series and worked to support the Music Program and Music Director. Their mission is to envision and maintain the integrity of the Music Program.  Anyone interested in joining us is welcome.

 

Music Director

The Music Director oversees the Music Program in consultation with the Minister.  S/he organizes and directs the choir(s), selects music for worship, provides accompaniment and special music either personally or by engaging other musicians and supervising their performance.  S/he leads the planning and goal-setting for the Music Program and is accountable for the program budget.