Singing our praise to God is an important part of worship life at American Lutheran Church. The psalmist declares, “How good it is to sing praises to our God.” (Psalm 147) The ALC Choir, as assisting ministers, helps the congregation to “make a joyful noise unto the Lord.” (Psalm 100) In addition to Sunday morning worship, the choir also participates in festival services and special occasions. Singers of all experience levels are welcome to join this vibrant and friendly group. The choir rehearses on Thursdays from 2:30 to 4:15 p.m. For additional information, please contact ALC’s choir director, Jan MacDonald.
We sing by ringing. American Lutheran Church is blessed with a hand bell choir that enhances our worship and praise of God. The Christo Bell Choir rehearses on Tuesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. For additional information, please contact ALC’s bell choir director, George Zoske.
The Ah-Men Singers are a select group of men who present men’s choir selections during worship. Rehearsals are Thursday afternoons from 1:30 to 2:15 pm. For additional information, please contact ALC’s choir director, Jan MacDonald.
American Lutheran is blessed with many talented musicians who present musical offerings. If you play an instrument, we invite you to participate by playing a solo or duet or enhancing a selection presented by one of our choirs. Our congregation will surely appreciate your gift of music. For additional information, please contact ALC’s worship coordinator, Dr. James Gerber.
American Lutheran Church is blessed with a beautiful pipe organ that is regularly played during worship: by supporting the singing of our congregation, accompanying our choirs, and providing instrumental music before, during, and following the service. Additionally, organists present concerts that are well-received by our congregation and the greater community. Our organ was built in 2001 by Casavant-Freres of Saint-Hyacinthe, QC Canada; it is a three manual instrument with 55 ranks of pipes. Our pipe organ is among the finest organs in the greater Phoenix area. For additional information, please contact our organist, Dr. James Gerber.