Children’s Music Ministry

Children’s Music Ministries at St. James’

Uniting together to offer music and song with instruments uniquely hand-crafted by God – the human voice.

Announcing  The M&M’s
Music and Movement


The M & M’s: Music and Movement Class for Young Children,
Wednesdays from 5:45 – 6:15 pm
in the Gathering Area on the 2nd floor of Gray Hall
In this totally fun music class, led by Katie Hathcock, lead teacher and director
of Jackson Music for Aardvarks, children will learn
to sing together, learn how to play rhythms and learn about different instruments.
Pre-registration is requested as class size is limited.

Please register here.

Parents are asked to serve on a parent volunteer rotation.
Session I for Pre-K3 – 1st Grade:  Wednesdays, February 7, 21, 28 and March 7.
Session II for 18 months – Pre –K3: Wednesdays, March 21 – May 16. Session II is a parent-child class however parents of 3 year old children may choose to let their child participate independently when their child is ready.


5:45 pm til 6:30 pm – Verae Voces (True Voices)
for 2nd Grade – 5th Grade in the church.

On Wednesdays, 5:45 – 6:30 pm, our Children’s Choir Director, Sarah Little,
will rehearse our Children’s Choir in the church.
All children in 2nd through 5th grade are encouraged to participate.
This is a wonderful opportunity for our kids to develop their musical and liturgical skills and knowledge under the direction of a skilled and experienced choral director.
The choir will also perform regularly during church services throughout the year.   

 register now


Ephesians 5:19
“Addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing, and making melody to the Lord with your heart.”

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