Grace Lutheran is pleased to host several musical programs for the glory of God and the inspiration of the congregation.

Chancel ChoirGrace RingersGrace MusiciansYouthCollaborationsOrganAudio & Video

Grace Lutheran’s Chancel Choir enhances worship services every Sunday.

The choir consists of persons who have a God given gift of music and/or heart to want to praise their Lord and Savior.  They not only support the congregation during the hymns, but supply anthems that uplift the spirits and minds of our members.  

The choir rehearses Thursday evenings.  

Hand bell choir that consist of several members of the congregation that play throughout the church seasons.

The Music Director is Mrs. Cherl L. Himes.

The Grace Musicians are members of Grace who play musical instruments and like to share their gifts during Sunday Services. As of this writing, we have members who play trumpet, trombone, clarinet, flute, recorder and autoharp.

Grace musicians often share their talents especially for Prelude and Postlude music before and after the Sunday services. Christmas and Easter are special days which feature our Grace musicians. 

Children’s Bell Ensemble contributes special songs and musicial pieces from time to time during the church year.

Chuck and Jennifer Specht direct the Children’s Bell Ensemble.

The Grace Lutheran Chancel Choir, musicians and soloists have performed cantatas and excerpts from cantatas at special services at Grace and in the Beaver County area.  

Grace Lutheran is proud of their Two-Manual & Pedal 24-Rank Schlicker Organ which was installed in 1983.

The stop list can be found below:

16 Subbass
8 Offenbass
8 Gedeckt
4 Choral Bass
III Mixture
16 Fagott
8 Fagott
4 Fagott

8 Rohr-floete
8 Salicional
8 Voix Celeste
4 Spitz-floete
2 Principal
1 1/3 Klein-nasat
III Scharf
8 Cromorne

8 Principal
8 Bourdon
4 Octave
4 Koppel-floete
2 Block-floete
II Sesqui-altera
IV Mixture
8 Trompete
Chimes (A-f)

Below are musical recordings from our services:

“Holy, Holy, Holy” – Text: Reginald Heber, 1783-1826, alt.

“In dulci jubilo – chorale prelude BWV 751”