Carmel Valley Music Ministry at St. Therese of Carmel Catholic Church welcomes new members

Resolutions are a reliable New Year’s tradition. Losing weight, getting a job, paying off a debt, making a needed change, and learning a new skill are all familiar notes in the symphony of firm decisions that plays every January. Regardless of the intention, a resolution needs support, fellowship, and respect to succeed.

If you’ve made a resolution about learning how to play an instrument, or about getting back into playing music, or singing with others, and you can spare at least one afternoon a month, then we joyfully welcome you to the music ministry at St. Therese of Carmel.

The Men’s Choir of St. Therese, and the men and women of the Omega Orchestra of St. Therese, extend a special invitation this season to join us. We sing and play together one Saturday a month at the 5:30 p.m. service. Rehearsal is immediately before the service and begins at 4:15 p.m. The Men’s Choir is open to men of all ages who love to sing sacred music, and want to share their musical gifts with the parish and community. The Omega Orchestra is open to men and women instrumentalists who want to accompany the Men’s Choir. We are all committed to supportive fellowship, artistic development, and having fun while making beautiful music.

You do not need to be a member of the parish of St. Therese to sing or play with us. We welcome your musical gifts and only wish to support your journey in sacred music to the best of our ability.

Our next rehearsal is at 4:15 p.m. on Jan. 26 at St. Therese of Carmel Catholic Church. Meet in the sanctuary — located at 4355 Del Mar Trails Road, San Diego, 92130. Music Ministry website: www.sttheresecarmel.org/283532.ihtml

Voices, strings, woodwinds, and brass are most easily incorporated into the service. If you play another instrument, contact us for more information.

If you are a female singer, then there are many opportunities in our music ministry with the weekly Sunday morning adult choir as well as the choir that supports the San Diego Chinese Catholic Community services on Sunday afternoons. If you know a child that would love to sing or play in music ministry, then we can direct your inquiry to the leaders of the children’s choirs. Let us know how we can help. Your musical gifts are valued, appreciated, and treasured by our community. We will help you turn your resolution into reality.

Contact laura.lotz@roadrunner.com for more details about the Men’s Choir

Contact w5nyv@yahoo.com for more details about the Omega Orchestra or the other music ministry programs mentioned
Find Omega Orchestra on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/omegaorchestra/

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  5. Christmas play to be presented at St. Therese of Carmel in Carmel Valley

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