Warrenton Presbyterian Church – 91 Main Street, Warrenton, VA 20186 Phone: 540-347-2213

Music

As you sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs among yourselves, singing and making melody to the Lord in your hearts – Ephesians 5:19

Music at Warrenton Presbyterian Church plays an important role in our weekly worship services. There are a variety of music ensembles that are meant for people of all ages.

Bringing your love of music to church and getting involved is a wonderful way to be active in the church community.

Check out the list of music ensembles, rehearsal days/times, and who to contact if interested.

 

Joyful Noise

Ages 3-1st Grade

Rehearsal: Monday 5:30-6:00, Choir Room

Jeanette Walker, Choir Director

SonShine Choir

Grades 2-5

Rehearsal: Monday 6:15-7:00, Choir Room

Jeanette Walker, Choir Director

Handbell Choir

Ages: High School-Adult

Rehearsal: Thursday 6:30-7:30, Sanctuary

Sarah Solomon, Director

Sanctuary Choir

Ages: High School-Adult

Rehearsal: Thursday 7:30-9:00, Sanctuary

Sarah Solomon, Choir Director

Youth Handbell Choir

Grades 6-12

Rehearsal: Sunday after 11am Service, Sanctuary

Sarah Solomon, Director

Jubilate Deo Choir (Pick-Up Choir)

All are welcome to sing!

Rehearsal: Sunday 10:30am, Choir Room

This group sings on the 4th Sunday of each month. No weekly rehearsals, just stop by the choir room 30 minutes before the 11am service.

Sarah Solomon, Choir Director

 

Sarah Solomon – Director of Music

An active musician and music educator, Sarah is a native of Millville, Pennsylvania. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Music Education and Bachelor of Arts in Music from Lebanon Valley College in 2014. When Sarah isn’t in church, she is teaching music to students in Pre-Kindergarten through 7th Grade at Wakefield Country Day School. Her passion for music and creativity is what inspires her to make worship meaningful to those in the congregation at Warrenton Presbyterian Church.

Anne Timberlake – Organist

Anne Timberlake is a native of Warrenton, growing up in the Warrenton Presbyterian Church, where she began studying organ as a teenager with Mrs. Isabelle Jones.  Advanced studies were with Scott Withrow at George Peabody College for Teachers in Nashville, TN, and with James Dorroh and Warren Hutton in Birmingham, AL. She has been a church organist since 1971 serving churches in Nashville, Birmingham, and Falls Church, VA before returning to become the organist at Warrenton Presbyterian Church in 2003.  Anne is an active member of the American Guild of Organists and holds the Service Playing and Colleague Certificates awarded by the Guild as well as Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees, each with a major in Physical Education and Minor in music. Having retired from a long career as a physical educator, she is excited to focus on her work as church organist for WPC.