Here at St. Luke’s, we believe that in worship, we have the beautiful ability to use the gifts of the arts to praise and give thanks, to honor and glorify, to uplift and inspire, and to heal and serve. Below you can explore and find out how to get involved in all the worship arts opportunities within our Worship Arts Team!
Click below to register for Fall 2023:
Starting on Wednesday, August 16 at 6:00-7:00 p.m. The evening will begin with Children’s Choir rehearsal and then move to programming in The Treehouse.
6:00 – 7:00* – Children’s Choir Rehearsal (Upstairs, Building A Room 201)
7:00- 8:00 p.m. – The Treehouse
*Sign-out at this time can be arranged if needed.
Questions and Contact: If you have any questions regarding any of these programs, please email John Mason.
Want to join us this season? Email John Mason!
Choirs & Ensembles for Adults
SANCTUARY CHOIR | HANDBELLS | VOCAL ENSEMBLES | ARTS
Choirs & Ensembles
The Sanctuary Choir is open to any adult interested in singing choral music. No audition is necessary, but a background in singing and/or choral music is an advantage. We rehearse every Wednesday evening from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the Choir Room upstairs in Building B, across from the Sanctuary.
Email your interest or questions or to Bradley Roberts, Senior Director of Traditional Worship, or simply show up on any Wednesday night prior to our 7:00 p.m. rehearsal, and we will get you set up with music and a friend to help you out.
The choir season is from mid-August to late June. We welcome you!
Handbell Choir, For more information on our Handbell Choirs email John R. Mason III, Director of Children’s and Instrumental Music, for more information.
Adult Ensembles, (by audition) email John R. Mason III, Director of Children’s and Instrumental Music, for more information.
Dance Ensemble, email Director Carol Banga for details and rehearsals times.
Praise Team Singers, (by audition) email Steve MacKinnon, Senior Artistic Director, for more information.
Instrumentalists, (as needed) If you play a musical instrument and are interested in offering your time and talent for worship, concerts and/or other events, please email John R. Mason III, Director of Children’s and Instrumental Music, for more information. For information about contemporary worship instrumentalists, email Steve MacKinnon, Senior Artistic Director.
St. Luke’s has a robust technology ministry that supports every aspect of the church. While the tech department is primarily focused on worship, it also supports the Theatre Ministry, the Youth Ministry, and many other events around St. Luke’s. Each Sunday, a dedicated team of staff and volunteers work behind the scenes to make sure that the sound, lighting, and video projection is working to support our worship services and enhance the worship experience. We are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join the tech ministry! Some of the volunteer opportunities are listed below.
- Audio Engineer: Mix the audio for Contemporary Worship, Traditional Worship, Youth Worship or other special events on our campus (prior experience in audio engineering and digital audio consoles is required)
- Lighting Programmer/Operator: Program and operate lights for Contemporary Worship or other special events at St. Luke’s (prior lighting experience is preferred)
- Video Slide Operator: This is one of the most important visual aspects of our services! We use a piece of software called ProPresenter to run video slides that support the music and the message. No prior experience is required, we’ll train you on the software.
- Video Camera Operator: We live stream our services on Facebook and record our messages for later editing and uploading to the St. Luke’s website. Camera Operators help those that can’t be with us for worship attend St. Luke’s remotely. No previous experience is required, we’ll train you on how to operate the camera.
If you’re interested in being involved with the tech ministry at St. Luke’s, please contact our Production Manager, Tiffany Meadows-Green at email@example.com.
This year will be St. Luke’s 11th year producing full-scale summer musicals. The all-volunteer cast and crew is made up of talented Central Florida professionals and newcomers. Community members and church members come together for these moving summer productions and form life long friends in the process. St. Luke’s values: Acceptance, Hospitality, and Community and St. Luke’s productions take place in a supportive creative environment where everyone can learn and grow in their craft. To express interest in serving as a cast or crew member for St. Luke’s summer theatre productions or in worship through the theatre arts, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Look Back at St. Luke’s Theatre Productions
St. Luke’s past productions include:
- 2023: The Little Mermaid (in production now)
- 2022: Oliver!
- 2021: Guys & Dolls
- 2020: Steel Magnolias
- 2019: Children of Eden, Mary Poppins
- 2018: Little Women, Footloose
- 2017: Beauty and the Beast
- 2016: Big River
- 2015: The Music Man
- 2014: Big Fish
- 2013: Ragtime
- 2012: Hairspray