Music is such an important part of worship at PDCC, and music (and the arts as a whole) is such an important part of our personal development in life; it can provide joy, solace, social engagement, entertainment and more!
Once a Month, the Traditional and Contemporary Choirs join together to provide a Blended Service with hymns and rhythmic music. Spiritual combinations are built on the message of the Biblical Lesson. Music often includes an original piece written by our Music Director, Nathaniel Baker.
The large and accomplished bell choir plays once a month and on special holidays and "Music Sundays" and will sometimes accompany one of our other choirs. The bell ensemble performs 3-4 octove music, ringing Schulmerich handbells and chimes. They rehearse every Tuesday evening 6:30-8:00 pm.
The PDCC Presents concert series brings together local artists and our resident phenomenal musicians to offer uplifting music while supporting the PDCC Music Program and a selected charity.
PDCC Music Academy
Peace Dale Congregational Church is pleased to announce the launch of its Music Academy and Scholarship program! Our congregation wanted to come together to offer the community the chance to pursue their collective musical dreams. Our academy aims to help students of all ages a venue to begin, enhance, or fine-tune their musical aspirations.
We will be offering lessons for beginners to advanced levels. Lessons can be 30,
45, or 60 minutes in length. We will be offering lessons in:
Piano Drums Violin Guitar Composition
Brass instruments Woodwinds Voice Cello
Don’t see what you are interested in? Please contact us, as we have an extensive network of teachers and will most likely be able to find the right teacher for you! We are also excited to announce that we will be offering a special, needs-based
scholarship program for students that would normally not be able to afford lessons. Please reach out to us regarding our scholarship program.
For an introductory lesson, orientation session, or just to have a few questions
answered, please reach out to us through this link: