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Mike Keller

Mike Keller is Director of Music, Worship Design and Multi-Media Ministries. Click on his picture to get his contact information or learn more about him.

Music Programs

You are invited to be an important part of the music program at Timonium UMC!

The Chancel Choir is open to older youth and adults. It rehearses on Wednesday nights, from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m., in the Founder’s Room. It sings an anthem on Sunday mornings and is joined by brass and handbells twice a year.

Bells’ Bells is our handbell choir for older youth and adults. You need to be able to read music and standard rhythms to play in this group. It rehearses on Wednesday nights, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., in the Founder’s Room.

Rockin’ Ringers is for people ages ten and up who want to ring handbells and learn to read music, too! It meets on Mondays from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m., in the Founder’s Room.

The Walk Praise Band is made up of guitars, bass, drums, and singers! If you’d like to participate, talk with Worship Leader Noah Pierre.

Our Drama Team does “Reader’s Theatre” style skits in worship as needed. No memorization needed. Let us know, and we’ll put you on the list of people to be contacted when needed!

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Our children honor us with a Christmas musical every year. Rehearsals are normally right after church, starting in mid-October.

Joyful Noise sings during for summer worship services when scheduled. They meet with Director Barbara Galletti just before the service and prepare a familiar hymn. Anyone is welcome to sing with us! Dates are announced in the church bulletin and newsletter.

We are fortunate to have a wonderful pipe organ in our sanctuary. To learn more about it, click here.

We also need people to occasionally run the sound board for traditional worship, or the visuals for either service. Some training is required, but it isn’t complicated. Let us know if that interests you!