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Music Programs at PVUMC

At Paradise Valley United Methodist Church, there are many ways to celebrate faith through music and the arts. Opportunities exist for people of all ages and for people with varying levels of musical training and artistic abilities. The Worship, Music and Fine Arts Ministry Team includes volunteers who are passionate about and skilled in drama and liturgy, decorating, the visual arts, and music.

Community Concert Series

Every year, PVUMC offers a Community Concert series specifically designed for all ages. Past performances have included the Sahnas Brothers, held in our open-air amphitheater in early October; choral groups; the Tetra String Quartet; Traveler, a multi-ethnic fusion ensemble; Run Boy Run, an award-winning bluegrass group; musical theater night, and seasonal concerts by our own choirs at Christmas and just prior to Holy Week.

 

There is no fee for the events, though a free-will offering will be taken at the event in support of the series.

For a full list of upcoming concerts and events, see our Events page.

Programs for Kids Grade 1-12

(Grades 1 - 5) Sundays from 10:15-11 am

Calling all 1st – 5th grade stars! Join PVUMC's children's musical theatre program for an unforgettable journey. From enchanting Christmas pageants to vibrant Spring Musicals with the youth choir, you'll dazzle audiences year-round. Boost confidence, spark creativity, and form lasting friendships onstage. Discover the joy of performing in a welcoming and exhilarating environment. Unleash your inner performer – join us today and let your dreams take center stage!

Please email LaRiche.lamar@gmail.com for more info and to sign up!

Programs for Adults

Rehearsal Every Sunday 6PM-7:20PM

Bells of Paradise is a handbell choir that provides music for our worship services, community events, and outreach opportunities.  While previous handbell experience is not required, members do need to be able to read music.  The bells enhance worship once a month and for special liturgical events/services such as Christmas, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter.

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