Music is an integral part of our worship. Through music we learn, it can express our feelings when we find it difficult to find our own words, it may be an echo to a sermon, offering praise, or even a sincere prayer. Many times we feel the spirit more strongly than by spoken word.
Our two manual (keyboards) electronic Rodgers organ is voiced and equalized to fit the acoustics of the Sanctuary which is also home to a 1914 (approximately) Emerson grand piano. These instruments praise God every Sunday during our services in congregational singing, choir accompaniment, and solos, as well as in concerts and special events.
Organist and Music Director, Dave Lewis. Born here in Provo and raised in Pleasant Grove, music came very early in his life, beginning piano studies at the age of five with the organ, cello, and choral music following in his early teens. In addition to his love of music, Dave is an Interior Designer based in Murray, Utah.
Provo Interfaith Choir
The choir began in 2014 as a collaboration between several denominations in the central Utah Valley as a way to bring people of different sects together and celebrate through music our commonalties. Under the direction of Dave Lewis, the choir rehearses together in spring and fall to prepare music for various events including United We Sing! as well as participating in the two previous Carols by Candlelight. This year the choir has been invited to sing at Summerfest – Utah Valley Day of Prayer, held at Utah Valley University in early June.
The choir is a open to all and rehearsals for the spring-summer season begin April 10 at 7pm in the Sanctuary. More information can be found at Provo Interfaith Choir.
Did you know the Sanctuary is available to the community and educational institutions for concerts, recitals and various events? It features great acoustics, striking architecture and seating for approximately three hundred and fifty. Please contact our Business Affairs Group for availability, rates, and an application form.