"Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the Earth"

Psalm 96:1

Dunwoody UMC is known for its vibrant music ministry that reaches across all ages and serves to enhance all of our worship services. From handbells to choirs, there are many opportunities to serve DUMC with your musical talent. Some groups require previous musical experience, while others are open to all and do not require auditions.

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The Dunwoody UMC Youth Choir is headed to Walt Disney World for Choir Tour 2022! Enjoy a week of singing, fun, fellowship as we head to Orlando Monday, June 6 through Sunday, June 12. We will be performing for children, youth, and adults in a variety of settings throughout Georgia and northern Florida, while forming lifelong friendships and spiritual connections. Highlights of this year’s tour include two days in the Disney Parks, singing at a Macon Bacon minor league ball game, many meaningful performances, our annual talent show and vespers night, and much more. The price is $600 per person, including all lodging, transportation, tickets, and most meals. Learn more and register HERE. Please let Mark Lamback (mark.lamback@dunwoodyumc.org) know if you have any questions.


Chancel Choir

The premier musical ensemble of DUMC. In addition to singing during the Traditional Worship service on Sundays, the Chancel Choir hosts multiple performances each year, including a Christmas concert. New singers are always welcome and no audition is required.

Musica Gloria

A small, largely a cappella choral ensemble whose members come from the Chancel Choir. Basic music reading skills are needed, and private auditions are held as a prerequisite. Musica Gloria often sings in worship and at other events upon request.

Women’s Choir

This ensemble is for women who can rehearse during the day, or those who are available during their lunch hour. Repertoire for this group is light and fun and includes both sacred and secular selections. They use the gift of music as a form of outreach at local nursing homes and community centers. Performances vary.

Dunwoody Handbell Ringers

An advanced group that performs regularly for worship services and concerts. Music reading is required for this ensemble. Performances vary.

Midweek Handbell Ringers

A relaxed ensemble of beginning to intermediate ringers who prefer to rehearse during the day. Emphasis on reading skills and handbill technique. Performances vary.


Bells Aflame Youth Handbell Choir

The Youth Handbell Choir is open to youth in grades 6 through 12. No experience is necessary, although it is helpful to have some basic knowledge of reading musical notation, especially rhythms. We perform several times throughout the year, including the Family Christmas Concert, Christmas Eve service and Youth Sunday in the spring. Performances vary.

Youth Choir

The Youth Choir is a group of musically gifted teenagers in grades 6 through 12. They minister through music in worship, on mission trips, in concerts and on summer choir tours. We welcome all youth who want to make a joyful noise and enjoy Christian fellowship. Performances vary.


Our Children’s Choirs and Tone Chimes Choir began on August 25th, but children are welcome to join anytime! Preschool Choirs & Tone Chimes meet at 4:30 p.m. and Elementary Choirs at 5:00 p.m. Tone Chimes will meet in the Bell Choir Room on the first floor (#102) and choir meets upstairs in the Children's Choir Room. Ms. Nicole, Mr. Mark and Ms. Marianella are excited to see everyone!

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Cherub Preschool Choir

Open to preschoolers ages 3 (by Sept. 1) through 4 years old. Children are introduced to singing in their “singing voice”, playing rhythm instruments, and what it means to be a choir. The children learn that through music even the youngest of God’s children can participate in worship.

Celebration Choir, Carol Choir & The Choristers

Open to elementary aged children, Kindergarten through 5th grade. Children build on their musical knowledge learned in Cherub Choir while also beginning to learn how to read music. Members begin singing in parts, expand their knowledge of musical notation, and begin preparing for leadership in worship services. Special events for the year include concerts, Christmas Eve services and community outreach.

Children’s Tone Chime Choir

This beginning choir uses tone chimes, which are similar to hand bells, and is for third through fifth-graders. Music experience is helpful, but not required. Performances are at various services throughout the year.

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If you have other specific questions or need more information about our Music program, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

Mark Lamback

Director of Music Ministries


(770) 394-0675 ext. 121