Kingwood Methodist Church has a rich music ministry for people of all ages!
Romans 12:2 says, “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.“
We invite you to come share in the psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs as part of the music ministry at KMC.
Music opportunities for children
The children’s music ministry is a team effort, combining our excellent children’s and music ministries. We offer pre-school and elementary aged children a weekly opportunity to build friendships, to learn choral singing skills, and to express their love for God through music and fellowship.
Musikgarten is an internationally recognized program in early childhood music and movement. We offer classes for infants through preschool-aged children during the spring, summer, and fall.
Jesus and Music (JAM)
The JAM program at Kingwood Methodist Church is a wonderful way to learn about worshipping God and expressing our faith through Music. Meeting in conjunction with The Table, the rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings at 6:00pm.
Traditional Service Opportunities
Interested in joining one of our Sanctuary Service opportunities or have more questions? Please contact Director of Music and Worship Arts, Matt Robinson.
Wednesdays | 7:00-8:15pm
Singing masterworks choruses from Handel, Mozart, and Brahms as well as contemporary choral pieces by John Rutter, Craig Courtney, or Dan Forrest, the Chancel Choir leads the congregation in worship at the 9:30am and 11:00am services from August through June. The choir shares a positive spirit of fellowship through the preparations of anthems, hymns, and scripture presented in worship.
Wednesdays | 8:15-9:00pm
Our men’s choir provides musical leadership at least once a month in the Traditional Worship Services. The Men’s Ensemble meets each Wednesday from 8:30-9:15pm following Chancel Choir rehearsal. This growing group covers staple pieces within the TTBB literature, as well as contemporary sacred works.
Wednesdays | 8:15-9:00pm
The Women’s Chorus is a non-select group of women of all ages and musical backgrounds. This group sings at least once a month at the 9:30am and 11:00am services as part of the regular Sunday morning rotation. Their brief Wednesday evening rehearsals are at the end of the Chancel Choir practice and are scheduled well in advance.
Orchestras and instrumental ensembles are utilized during worship services and for concerts. We provide opportunities for volunteers and professionals to offer their gifts to God.
The King's Ringers
Our all-volunteer handbell choir offers the opportunity for individuals to worship God through music by the playing of handbells. Throughout the year, our handbell choir provides music for selected worship services.
Vine (Contemporary) Worship Opportunities
Feeling called to get involved? Please contact Director of Contemporary Worship, Ryan Stueckemann.
The Vine Band
Vine Worship, our contemporary worship community, is led in singing and praise by the Vine Band. The Vine Band is made up of a rotating group of volunteers and usually consists of three vocalists, bass guitar, drums, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, and piano. Periodically, we incorporate violin, cello, and upright bass as well! Our vocal and instrumental groups are always looking for volunteers who are called to serve and share their gifts
Audio Video Opportunities
Ready to volunteer? Please contact Director of Music and Worship Arts, Matt Robinson
Our music is powerful, but we couldn’t do what we do without tech support. Our tech booth consists of rotating volunteers who individually take care of running slides, mixing the sound, and directing our weekly live stream. If you love Jesus, love our church, and are gifted and/or called to serve in tech ministry, our groups are always looking to add more volunteers to lead our church in worship. There are opportunities to serve in either Traditional or Vine services.