Music Ministry Mission
To draw people into heavenly worship of the Father with music and musicianship empowered by the Holy Spirit, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Music Ministry Vision
To have a music ministry comprised of musicians called by the Father, surrendered to Jesus Christ, serving in the Holy Spirit, who lead people to glorify God at Christ the King and in the larger Church.
If you are interested in serving in any of the following ministries, please contact Martin Doman at 734-929-0976 or email@example.com.
Adult Choir – Weekly rehearsals on Thursday evenings. Wide variety of music genres. Sing at the 11:00 a.m. Liturgy about once every three weeks, September through May, and on Christmas Eve, Holy Thursday, and Easter Sunday. Qualifications: high school age or older, willing to support our service with prayer, practice at home, hard work at rehearsals; able to sing in tune, blend, learn music well, and attend most rehearsals. Music reading ability is a plus. New members have a very brief private audition prior to attending first rehearsal. Please contact Martin Doman for an interview prior to attending your first rehearsal.
Music Teams: Singers and Instrumentalists for Sunday Masses – Individuals high school age and older who sing and/or play with good tone and intonation; two Sundays per month plus personal practice. Interview with Music Director prior to serving.
Life Teen & Fuel Music Teams: Singers and instrumentalists for Life Teen Nights, prayer meetings and retreats. Musicians of high school age and older who sing/play with good tone and intonation; Fuel bi-weekly prayer meetings Monday, Life Teen Tuesday prayer meeting; 2-3 hours/week plus practice time.
Music Leader (Daily Mass) – Piano or guitar/vocalist, as available.
King’s Choir (Youth Choir) – For students third through eighth grade. High school students welcome to participate as junior directors or accompanists. Choir sings on Christmas Eve and Easter Sunday.
Song Leader for Baptisms – Piano or guitar/vocalist to lead singing for Baptismal Rite at scheduled Baptisms, generally second Sunday each month.
Instrumentalists for Special Feasts – For players of instruments who can read music and play with good tone and intonation. Occasional need. For special feasts such as Christmas and Easter.
Clerical Assistance for Music Director – Make photocopies, provide songbook maintenance, and compile music for special feasts. Occasionally, about 2 hours/month.