Generate excitement, beauty and inspiration during worship !
Our Music Ministry
Bluffton United Methodist Church uses music to generate excitement, beauty and inspiration during worship services. The choral and instrumental programs are intended to nurture those involved and to give a means of contributing in worship, outreach and praise as well as an opportunity for personal growth and enjoyment. Our Music Ministry welcomes anyone who would like to join in this most rewarding endeavor. Whether you are a professional musician or someone who wishes to join a musical group for the first time, there is a place for you. Our Music Ministry offers a variety of ensembles and musical styles for any musical taste and experience level. For more information about participating in the Music Ministry, click the button.
Ella W. Davis
Director of Music
Music News and Events
Cherub Choir rehearsals for ages 4 through 9 will begin Wednesday, September 26, 6:00-6:45 PM in the Music Suite under the leadership of Ella Davis. We are blessed to sing songs of joy and hope through God's love expressed in Jesus Christ. In Colossians 3:16, the...read more
Once again Kearston Gonzales, violinist and Kendall Gonzales, cellist will provide musical offerings during the worship service Sunday, May 27. Violinist Kearston Gonzales, age 13, started her musical education at the age of 3 with the Suzuki Violin Method and began...read more
Bluffton United Methodist Church will host the Lowcountry Jazz Band concert Sunday, May 6, 3PM. The concert is free and all are cordially invited to attend. The concert “Cross Currents” pays tribute to the wide versatility of the Great American Songbook; as many “pop"...read more
Handbells have been traced as far back as the 5th Century B.C. in China. The oldest existing bells with handles are found in China dated from 1600 B.C., although bells of various kinds and shapes have been found all over the world. Handbells as they are known in...read more
The Chancel Choir presented the cantata “Sing Joy to All the World!” composed by Lloyd Larson on Sunday, December 17 at both worship services.read more
Popular legend has it that on October 31,1517 Martin Luther defiantly nailed a copy of his 95 Theses to the door of the Wittenberg Castle church. The reality was probably not so dramatic. The 95 Theses, which would later become the foundation of the Protestant...read more