Music is an essential way we worship and build community at Peace. Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!

We at Peace Lutheran believe what Johann Sebastian Bach said: “The aim and reason of all music is none else but the glory of God and the refreshment of the spirit.”

Peace Lutheran is abundantly blessed of having many talented singers, ringers and instrumentalists. Our vocal and handbell choirs provide leadership during worship and inspire the congregational singing in our varied worship settings. Do you want to make a joyful noise with us singing or playing your own beloved instrument? Come and Join us!!! We welcome you!!

Potential new members or those just interested in learning more about Peace Lutheran Church Music Ministry program, we are looking forward to meeting you.
For information please read below about Peace Lutheran Music Ministry. If you still have questions or inquiries, please contact the church office at 703-354-5233. Thank you!


Choirs

Voices of Peace is a traditional church vocal choir that provides music leadership for the 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service two or three times a month. The choir sings both classical and more contemporary anthems and hymn arrangements. Choir members occasionally provide special music as soloists or in small groups during the summer services when the full choir is on break. Voices of Peace practice Monday evenings at 7:00 p.m. September through May. Contact the office for more information.


Messengers of Peace is a contemporary choral group that leads the service on the third Sunday of each month and provides music for other special occasions. The music ranges from ancient and folk music to contemporary standards, and includes music from a variety of countries and cultures. Messengers practice Tuesday evenings at 8:00 all year.  Contact the office for more information.


Bells

Peace has five octaves of Schulmerich handbells and five octaves of Malmark choir chimes. The number and types of children’s choirs depends on the numbers and ages of the children. Training on choir chimes often begins in first grade; children are introduced to handbells in the third or fourth grade.Two handbell choirs are open to youth and adults. Choirs play once each month, on festival and holiday services, and in a spring concert. Although we do not audition for the handbell choirs, one choir, the Bells of Peace, plays more challenging music.   Bells con Brio, is tailored to the abilities of the ringers. The Bells of Peace practice Mondays at 8:15 p.m., September through May. The Bells con Brio practice Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m., September through May.  Contact the office for more information.

Bells of Peace

 

Bells con Brio


Brass of Peace

An auditioned brass choir, Brass of Peace is composed of high school musicians from throughout the metropolitan area. They give both a spring and fall concert at Peace, and twice per year provide music for our worship service. Learn more….


Other Music at Peace

Talented instrumentalists who are members of Peace often share their music with us. If you would like to share your musical talent with Peace. Contact the office for more information.

 

Photo Gallery – Spring Concert 2019

 

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Recordings

“Laudate Dominum” by W.A. Mozart from Vespers Solenne de Confesore, K. V 339

Voices of Peace

Janine Woldt, Soprano.

Recorded February 24, 2019 by Andrew Tlusty

“O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings to Zion”
Rebecca Sticha, Soprano
Voices of Peace Choir
Dr. Adela Peeva, Conductor and Pianist
Recorded Dec. 2, 2018 by Andrew Tlusty
“He Shall Feed His Flock Like a Shepherd”
Janine Woldt and Anne Whitten, Sopranos
Dr. Adela Peeva, Conductor and Pianist
Recorded Dec. 2, 2018 by Andrew Tlusty

 

“Amazing Grace”
Featuring Janine Woldt, Sporano and Jim Nice, Tenor
Recorded July 10, 2016