Worship, Music & Arts

Find a serving community with Worship, Music, & Arts

 Sanctuary Choir  Adults

Date & Time

Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm
September – May

Choir Room/Sanctuary in Main Building

The Sanctuary Choir leads the congregation on Sunday mornings and at special concerts throughout the year. High School ages and up invited to join.

Contact Evan Mazunik to get involved.

Youth Choir (Canto Spiritus)

Stay “TUNED”  FOR updates!! YouTH Choir will be returning soon!!

Choir Room in Main Building

Canto Spiritus helps lead the congregation on certain Sundays and at special concerts throughout the year. All 6th-12th graders are invited to join us!

Contact Cheryl Rathke for the latest info.

Children’s Choir

This fall we will be meeting virtually.

Please click here to enjoy resources for singers ages 3 to Grade 6. 

Make sure to register to get info on participation in virtual choir recordings.

Children’s Choir helps lead the congregation on certain Sundays and at special concerts throughout the year.

Contact Cheryl Rathke for more info.

WOrship Dance

Date & Time


Worship dance at Cherry Creek takes place seasonally.

For Spring 2020, rehearsals are weekly on Saturdays, 9-11am
February 29 – April 4.

 Dancers are asked to dance at both the 8:45 and 10:30 am services on Sunday, April 5 for Palm Sunday.

Contact Cathie Detwiler for more information or

Training Orchestra & Cherry Creek Youth Symphony

Date & Time

Thursday afternoons/evenings throughout the school year.

Young instrumentalists are invited to audition to be a part of these groups that perform concerts and periodically play in worship services.

Please contact Dr. Douglas Macomber, or for more information, visit their website.

Hand Bells

Date & Time

Mondays, 6:30 – 8:00 pm
September – May

Interested in joining? Contact Cathie Detwiler.

Assisting in Worship/Band Members

Calling all musicians, singers, and Scripture readers – help lead our congregation in the worship band and assist in worship services.

To get involved, contact Susie Molina-Mendoza, Worship, Music & Arts Assistant Director

Our Style of Worship

We love music and strive for excellence in worship. Our style ranges from traditional to contemporary to reflective, based on the service you attend.

We are rooted and relevant: rooted to the ancient traditions of our spiritual heritage, yet relevant to the modern world and welcoming to all.

We blend a reverent, high-church liturgy with friendly celebration and community.

We believe that God is especially pleased by collective worship, and that doing so as a body knits us together and fuels our service for Christ.

Our pastoral team preaches about real life from the Bible. We seek to grow deeper in faith and be transformed as we learn from Scripture. We experience the day-to-day relevance of the Bible. 

Our Services

Saturday 4:30 pm: Word & Table

An informal yet reverent service with candlelight, an acoustic, ‘unplugged’ musical atmosphere, and weekly communion.

Sunday 8:45 am: Traditional Service
Our traditional service features hymns, a full choir, and pipe organ.

Sunday 10:30 am: Convergent Service
Our convergent service features Contemporary and Rock inspired music, and a blend of ancient and modern liturgical elements.

Service Music 

Saturday 4:30 pm

Word & Table Music

Sunday 8:45 am

Traditional Music

Sunday 10:30 am

Convergent Music

Worship Guide

Learn more about “why we do what we do” at CCPC. 

Doxology Gallery

The Doxology Gallery at Cherry Creek Pres is a visual arts gallery that serves as another form of expressing worship to God. You can find us in the Main Building near the East Entrance. Our displays change throughout the year.

Our current display contains works of art by Michaela Ruiter, who grew up here at Cherry Creek Presbyterian and recently graduated from college with her Bachelor in Fine Arts degree. Visit her display from now through October.

As Francis Schaeffer says,

“For a Christian, the Lordship of Christ should include an interest in the arts. A Christian should use these arts to the glory of God — not just as tracts, but as things of beauty to the praise of God. An art work can be a doxology in itself.”