“Next to the Word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world.” ~Martin Luther
Welcome to Our Father's Music Ministry!
It is our joy and privilege as musicians, and as children of our Heavenly Father, to worship Him in song. Here at Our Father we use a variety of musical forms and styles to sing, ring, and play our praises to our King. It is our hope and prayer that we use our God-given gifts and talents to the best of our abilities, and that our music might teach, uplift, and touch the lives of all who enter His courts to praise.
Please click on any or all of the links below to learn more about these ministries! Also, want to know when a music group is rehearsing or when they are singing/playing in church? Check out the Music Ministry calendar! Vocal Groups - Adult Choir, Men's Choir, Women's Choir and Our Father's Kids' Praise!
Upcoming Concerts/Special Events - Our Father loves to host different music groups, like the St. Olaf choir, the Queen City Jazz Band, music groups from the Concordias and more! This page will help keep you updated with different concerts and special events being hosted, or supported by OFLC.
Ars Nova will present: "Music Beyond Words" Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 7:30 PM at Our Father Lutheran Church
Ars Nova Singers is pleased to present its final concert of the 2012-2013 season, Music Beyond Words. The program will consist of choral music without text implications--music premised on the sound of the human voice. Our featured work will be Villarosa Sequences by contemporary Swedish composer Thomas Jennefelt. The featured soloist is Tana Cochran, soprano. Other works to be performed include: Vocalise (op. 34, no. 14) by Sergei Rachmaninoff; Lux Aeterna by Edward Elgar; the world premiere of Nocturne for women's voices and Strathmann flute by Broomfield composer John Heins; To Be Sung of a Summer Night on the Water by Frederick Delius; La Iluvia by Stephen Hatfield; and Immortal Bach by Knut Nystedt.
Ars Nova Singers is a Boulder-based choir performing music of all eras but specializing in a cappella music of the Renaissance and 20th and 21st Centuries.
$11.00 Adult (normally $22)
$8.50 Seniors (normally $17)
$6.00 College Students (normally $12)
$3.50 Youth (normally $7)
To take advantage of these discounted prices, go to www.brownpapertickets.com and enter the discount code OFLC (all caps). Tickets must be purchased before May 25. Tickets will not be discounted at the door.
Contact Us! - Questions? Comments? Suggestions? Please feel free to contact Christa Stec, Music Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-779-1332 x217. If I cannot answer your question, I can help direct you to the right place or search for the answer myself. Thanks for your support of OFLC's Music Ministry!