Music Ministries

God has given us many gifts and talents.  Using these gifts and talents to connect with God and share the love of Christ with our brothers and sisters is one of the most powerful and meaningful acts we can do as Christians.  

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First Frisco has many opportunities to share what God has given us.  These opportunities are for all ages and abilities.  If you want to grow closer to God through music while serving with a group of your peers, you can do that here at First Frisco.  Get plugged in today… there is a group for you.

LifeSong Worship

9:30 am Service
Led by Brad Lucky 
LifeSong Worship leads us in praise and worship each Sunday at 9:30 am during the LifeSong worship experience.
Our Contemporary Worship Leader, Brad Lucky, and LifeSong Worship, have been working hard to create a fresh and amazing praise and worship experience at First Frisco! Our hope...you will authentically experience God through music. Come early. Sing loudly. Praise joyfully.

Adult Choir

11:00 am Service
Led by Debi Morton
The Adult Choir is our premier ensemble of dedicated adult and older youth singers who lead worship at our Traditional Service on Sundays at 11:00 am . This choir serves a pivotal role in the overall function of our church's music ministry. Additionally, the Chancel Choir prepares music for seasonal presentations ranging from choral motets and anthems to larger choral masterpieces.
No audition is necessary to join; the only requirements for participation are a love for singing and a heart for sharing the love of Christ through music. Rehearsals are on Wednesday evenings. 

Kids Choir (PreK - 5th Grade)

Meets Sunday evenings fall to spring
Led by Debi Morton
Kids meet on Sunday nights fall to spring. They enjoy learning engaging songs and have the opportunity to perform in worship services throughout the year.

Handbell Choir

Performs periodically at the 11 am service
Adults and youth are invited to join our handbell choir. They perform periodically at the 11 am Traditional service.
Currently, the handbell choir is not meeting during the pandemic.