Calvary Choirs

If you're passionate about worship and have a talent for music, we encourage you to get involved in any one or all of the choirs here at Calvary Baptist. There are many opportunities to participate in the choirs, whether you sing, play piano, play the flute, or anything in between. 


All Calvary's music is live and our very own Joyce Keedy -- the church organist and adult choir director -- even composes original pieces for the church on occasion. If you're interested in handbells or our contemporary choir, you'll want to get a hold of Drew Wright. There are many opportunities to participate in the church, so why not start by lending your talent to the choir? We'd love to have you worship the Lord with us on Sunday Mornings.

Adult Choir

Joyce Keedy leads the congregational singing with more traditional/classical style music including an anthem, the first and fourth Sundays of the month The Adult Choir help us worship God through music, rejoicing in our wonderful Lord and Savior Jesus as they join together in song to praise His holy name. They normally practice after the Sunday service and take a break through July and August, except for special occasions.






Handbell Choir 


Our Handbell Choir provides music on the third Sunday of the month and other special occasions. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evening at 7 pm. They normally break for the summer (June through August).

Motley Choir 

The Motley Choir accepts musicians as young as 10 and all the way up to as old as you can go.This is for those who play instruments or sing in a style that doesn’t fit with the more traditional music; people from all walks of life, children and adults, male and female, not focusing on their differences, but coming together to worship God with more contemporary music. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evening at 6:30 pm. This group may be singing on the 2nd Sundays in addition to the 5th Sundays during the year, more frequently during the summer months and on other special occasions as arranged by Drew and Joyce.