Cherry Creek Presbyterian
Music, & Arts
Equipping the body of Cherry Creek to worship God in spirit and truth
by directing our hearts, minds, soul and strength to Him.
Worship With Us
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Our Choir leads worship every Sunday at our Traditional Service at 8:45a
Wednesdays | 6:30-8p | September-May
The Sanctuary choir leads worship every Sunday at our Traditional Service at 8:45a and special concerts throughout the year.
Choir open to high school ages and up.
Rehearsal | Mondays | 6:30-8p
Our Hand Bells Choir hold performances and leads worship routinely through the year.
Worship Band, Singers, & Readers
Calling all musicians, singers, and Scripture readers – help lead our congregation in the worship band and assist in worship services.
Contact us to get involved
Worship Dance Details
Preparing for Palm Sunday Performance!
Saturdays | 9-10:30am | February 20-March 27
Worship dance at Cherry Creek takes place seasonally.
Dance is open to girls age 8 and up.
Contact us with further Questions
Kids & Youth
Training Orchestra &
Cherry Creek Youth Symphony
Sharing Music. Together.
Cherry Creek Youth Symphony (CCYS) is a community orchestra and ministry of Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church that offers a non-competitive, family-friendly, and faith-based environment where students learn to love and play great concert literature written for orchestra. Students are encouraged to get to know one another and develop friendships because we believe it makes for a better ensemble.
We provide an opportunity for students to learn the joy of making music together in an ensemble after mastering an instrument. Music becomes fun and meaningful in a new way when working together in a group. Our focus is on the classical literature for orchestra with a desire that students build a lifelong appreciation for great music. We are a community orchestra where over half of our students are homeschooled.
Music Classes are for students with no experience in a violin and cello. Within a group setting, students will learn how to use play , practice, and care for their instruments. Students are not required to know how to read music before participating in a music class. Instruments are not included.
Music Classes prepare during the year for one concert in spring.
Beginner Advanced to Intermediate
Training Orchestra is for students who have had two or more years of training on an instrument and can read music. The Training Orchestra plays beginning through intermediate orchestral literature. Youth Symphony members are also encouraged to play with and mentor the Training Orchestra students.
Each year Training Orchestra prepares two concerts in fall and spring. There are also a number of optional Community Concerts and outreach performances throughout the season.
Intermediate to Advanced Level
Youth Symphony is for students at an intermediate to advanced level and who can sight read at an intermediate to advanced level. For students who are proficient on their instruments, Youth Symphony provides the opportunity to play more advanced orchestral repertoire and string literature.
Each year Youth Symphony prepares two concerts (in fall and spring). There are also a number of optional Community Concerts and outreach performances throughout the season.
Contact us if you have questions
YOUTH & Kids Choir
Come join us on Sunday mornings in-person during Sunday School!!
Youth Choir meets immediately following 2nd Service.
Click below and find puzzles, games, and all new songs.
We will be preparing songs to sing in service soon!!
Cherubs | Age 3 - Kindergarten
Cantus/Choristers | 1st-6th Grade
Youth Choir | 6th-12th Grade (in-person)
Meeting in-person. We will be meeting in the Adult Choir Room (near the choir loft exit) 10 minutes after 2nd service finishes (approx. 11:45am), and practice for 30 minutes.
We will be singing in BOTH services for Youth Sunday, April 11. Please make every effort to attend rehearsal the next two weeks.
NO REHEARSAL ON EASTER 4/11
Contact our Youth & Kids Choir Director
Services & Music
Word & Table
Saturday | 4:30p
An informal yet reverent service with candlelight, an acoustic, ‘unplugged’ musical atmosphere, and weekly communion.
Sunday | 8:45a
Our traditional service features hymns, a full choir, and pipe organ.
Sunday | 10:30a
Contemporary and Rock inspired music, and a blend of ancient and modern liturgical elements.
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.
a reverent, high-church liturgy with friendly celebration and community.
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.
Learn more about “why we do what we do” at CCPC.
Art | The Doxology Gallery
“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.” – Francis Schaeffer
The Doxology Gallery 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.
Fruit of the Spirit
BY: William Baird, Cristina Detwiler, Parker Dragovich, Jeff Hall, Samantha Hall, & Chris Piehl
Worship, Music, & Arts
Director of Worship & Liturgy
Kids Choir Director