Worship is the one activity we do on earth that will continue on for eternity. At HFUMC, you will find a diverse community that worships through a variety of musical and artistic expressions. We invite you to join us!
The Chancel Choir at HFUMC
The Chancel Choir serves every Sunday morning at both the 8:15 and 11:00 am traditional services in the Sanctuary. The Chancel Choir practices every Wednesday evening from 7-8:30 pm in the Choir Room (Room 201). Our Wednesday night rehearsals are fun, energizing and spirit-filled. If you enjoy singing, this is your place to serve!
Our Chancel Choir also serves at special services throughout the year including Christmas Eve, Easter, Holy Week, and other services including our Spring Cantata, Christmas Concert, and July 4th Service.
For more information about the Chancel Choir at HFUMC, please contact Tom Lerew, our Director of Worship & Music.
Contemporary Praise Team
The Contemporary Praise Team serves every Sunday morning at the 10:45 am in the contemporary worship service in the Gym. Our band and vocalists lead the worship experience with contemporary songs and modernized hymns. Practice is held every Sunday morning at 8:30 am. If you appreciate contemporary praise and worship music and are musically or vocally skilled, this may be your place to serve! Contact Travis Birch, our Contemporary Worship Leader, for more information.
Student Worship Arts Team
SWAT is a unique offering that engages youth with artistic interests and talents in worship leadership. This collaborative group meets on Sunday afternoons at 3:45-4:45 pm for rehearsal and regularly leads worship for special youth gatherings.
Carillon Handbell Choir
Our Carillon Handbell Choir is an advanced group of ringers under the direction of Tom Lerew. We minister frequently in the morning worship services, we also bring the joy of bells outside of church in nursing homes and other areas. If you have experience ringing bells, we’d love to have you join us! Rehearsals are Wednesday nights from 6-7 pm.
Praise Ringers class (for new & beginning ringers) is open for newcomers to hand bells. If you are interested in ringing bells, it’s a lot of fun and we’d love to have you join us. For more information, please contact Tom Lerew.