Music plays an integral role in the worship experience at IUCC. Our music is typically traditional in nature but sometimes we let our hair down. Preludes and Postludes and most hymns feature the pipe organ leading into the congregation.
The Vocal Choir shares music spanning many musical genres and periods. Sometimes, there is a joint effort between both Vocal and Bell Choirs to offer up a rousing anthem. The Choirs' season runs from early September through early June. The Vocal Choir sings each week, except when the Bell Choir performs. The Vocal Choir also sings at various special services, such as: Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and Christmas Eve.
The Vocal Choir rehearses on Sunday mornings following the 9 a.m. worship service.
The Bell Choir is a beautifully melodic addition to IUCC's music offerings. It features a 4-octive set of Schlumerich Bells and a 3-octive set of Malmark Handchimes in its music ministry. Bell Choir provides music during worship once per month, usually on the second Sunday.
Rehearsals are every Wednesday from 6:45 to 7:45 p.m.