Welcome to the music
page of the First Unitarian Church of Hamilton
can walk, you can dance; if you can talk, you can sing.” -
Derry (Music Director)
Carey (Choir Director)
ministry is an integral part of our worship and caring
ministry to each other and to the world.
Our church is
committed to a music ministry which is diverse and
volunteer-rich. We celebrate the gifts of the community; our
volunteer choir, and the many members and friends who make
music for us each week. We welcome special guest artists and
we feature regular “Music Sundays” throughout the year in two
“Music For Its Own Sake” services.
music life of First Unitarian is not limited to Sunday
mornings. We have
monthly music nights, usually on the last Friday of each month
where you can come to sing, play, or just hum along; Fall
Festival and other musical events.
Our Choir is open to any interested singers from youth and
beginners to the wise and experienced. Choir meets every
Thursday night from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and sings in church
approximately every other week. We sing a wide variety of
music styles, origins, cultures and arrangements. Come out to
choir – you’ll be glad you did!
If you are a musician and are interested in
sharing your talents with us, please don’t hesitate to let a
member of the music committee know.
Brian Carey (Treasurer)
Cindy Carey (Choir Director)
Rachel Derry (Music Director)
Friends of the music
Franklin, Jeffrey Simmons
Jude Johnson (whose
How Can I Keep From
Singing is a lovely CD of Unitarian hymns)
Universalist Musicians Network)
Nick Page (composer, conductor)
Shelton (composer, conductor)
(vocalist, songwriter, conductor)
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