Every Sunday, 8:45 AM - 10:00 AM
The Beauty of Music
ORGAN CONCERT SERIES IN MAY AND JUNE
First Unitarian Church of Worcester is hosting a series of four free organ concerts on Sunday afternoons at 4 pm, starting on Sunday, May 28. Gavin Klein, a student at the College of the Holy Cross, will be performing on Sunday, May 28. Wesley Hall, Minister of Music and the Arts at the First Baptist Worcester and a TikTok sensation whose videos about organ-playing have millions of views, will be performing on Sunday, June 11. William Ness, former Minister of Music and the Arts at First Baptist Church and Director of Music at Wesley United Methodist Church in Worcester, will be performing on Sunday, June 18. And Cathy Meyer, Minister of Music at South Church in Andover and Music Director of the One Spirit Foundation, will be performing on Sunday, June 25. All concerts are free and open to the public, and followed by a reception in our dining area to meet the artists. These concerts have all been sponsored by a grant from the Worcester Arts Council and the Massachusetts Cultural Council. Parking is available in the church parking lots on State St.
Our MUSIC PROGRAM
We honor the sacred through our long tradition of fine choral and instrumental music. Music has always been a cornerstone of our worship services. We embrace a diversity of musical styles and cultures. Our repertoire includes western classical, American composers, folk music and more. Music is a universal language, and, with people around the world each week, we celebrate and express our faith through the singing of hymns, anthems, and solos, accompanied by pipe organ, piano, harpsichord, and a variety of other fine instruments.
Our choral music program features talented volunteers from our congregation who make up our 30 person choir. We also enjoy welcoming special guest musicians on a regular basis. Once a month, our Children's Choir shares their musical gifts during a Sunday service. A focus of our music ministry is celebrating and showcasing the talents of our congregation.