Provo Interfaith Choir

The choir began in 2014 as a collaboration between members of several denominations in the central Utah Valley as a way to bring people together and celebrate through music our commonalities. Under the direction of Dave Lewis, the choir rehearses together preparing uplifting music for various events including United We Sing! as well as participating in several previous Carols by Candlelight, and Orem Summerfest – Utah Valley (National) Day of Prayer, held at Utah Valley University, and is not only looking expand its numbers, but its influence in the community.  The choir has been featured in several news stories including KUTV channel 2, KBYU channel 11, Reach Provo (online), The Daily Herald and Deseret News (newspapers).

The choir is a open to all regardless of religious affiliation.  Rehearsals are held Sundays at 5pm in the Fellowship Hall and includes mini-choir classes taught by Serena Kanig Benish (UVU adjunct professor) and Sheri Peterson (BYU adjunct professor) in vocal and music theory.  More information can also be found on their website or follow the choir on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter

Kalynne Wise – Accompanist

David Lewis – Music Director

Sheri Peterson – Accompanist, Theory

Serena Kanig Benish –
Vocal Training

The men of the Provo Interfaith Choir for Easter Sunrise Service April 2018 with accompanist Kalynne Wise


The choir poses following a performance at the Orem Summerfest – Utah Valley Day of Prayer – 2016


The Provo Interfaith Choir sings at United We Sing! in fall of 2015 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church


The choir sings as part of the beautiful program in December 2015 at Carols by Candlelight hosted by Provo Community Congregational United Church of Christ.


A candid photo of the choir rehearsing for an upcoming concert.

WOMEN:  ACCENT Color/Item varies based on performance event
MEN:        TIE Color/Type varies based on performance event
*unless otherwise noted before event

Questions? For a timely response, please email Provo Interfaith Choir.