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The musical life of Redlands United Church of Christ is vibrant and varied!  From handbells to harp, from vocal ensembles to trumpet duets, from hammer dulcimer and autoharp to pipe organ and piano, this congregation is blessed with many fine musicians willing to share their gifts with others.

The Covenant Choir participates in every worship service, beginning in September and continuing through June. Their music represents the best of contemporary and traditional church repertoire, interspersed with classical selections. Soloists, duets, trios, and small ensembles supplement the voices of the entire choir. In addition to the Sunday services, the Covenant Choir participates in special worship services throughout the year. Their “Feastings” concert and dinner is a popular community event during the Christmas season, and their spring concert is highly anticipated each year.

The Covenant Choir welcomes all voices singing soprano, alto, tenor, or bass, and rehearses in the sanctuary on Thursday evenings from 7:30-9:00 PM   For more information, please contact our Organist / Choir Director, Dr. Taylor Ruhl through the church office.

Two handbell choirs welcome ringers of all ages and, with their brilliant music, they contribute to the worship life of the congregation at least once every month. The Jubilee Ringers rehearse on Sundays (from September - May) from 11:45 AM-12:30 PM, and is a group especially for younger ringers or beginners. Adults and more experienced ringers participate in the Celebration Ringers, which rehearses on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:30 PM in the sanctuary.

Both bell choirs welcome new ringers. For more information, please contact our Handbell Director, Craig Coclough through the church office.