Worship is our response to God from our heart, not only on Sunday mornings but coursing through our entire lives. The Worship Arts ministry aims to guide everyone who attends EP to be true worshippers, living sacrificially and serving and adoring our God in spirit and truth. Whether you are an adult, teen, or child, this is for you.
Sunday Worship Services
8 a.m – traditional service with hymns led by piano
9:15 a.m. – led by the worship band and choir
11 a.m. – led by the worship band and choir
The Worship Choir is the largest worship-leading ensemble at EP, leading others to express adoration to the Lord in response to who he is and all he has done on our behalf.
Whether leading worship on a Sunday or practicing in a rehearsal, we purpose to be worshipers who bring glory to God with our hearts, minds, and voices—in short, with our whole being.
If you are an adult or teen singer and would like to try us out, we invite you to join us at our regularly scheduled rehearsal this fall on Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Sanctuary. No audition required. Choir resumes after summer break with a kick-off on Saturday, September 8.
New this year: Do you desire to have a better understanding of how to read music? Music Theory will be offered on Wednesday from 6:30 to 7 p.m. in Room 121B directly before choir rehearsal. This class will introduce the fundamentals of music notation, ear-training, and sight-singing. While this class will pair with what we do in choir rehearsals, you do not have to be in choir to take this course.
Worship Arts Kids participate in choirs, music, and drama courses. Our primary purpose is to glorify God through the arts, developing our creative gifts and offering the Lord our very best in worship. Worship Arts Kids participate in Sunday morning services and other special services throughout the year. For more information, contact Jamie Stadler, director of choirs, by completing the form below.
Worship Arts Kids (music and drama) starts September 20! These music and drama classes meet weekly on Thursdays throughout the school year.
- Charis Choir (4th-8th grade):
Thursdays, 4 to 5:10 p.m., Chapel, directed by Jamie Stadler
- Celebration Choir (1st-3rd grade):
Thursdays, 4 to 4:45 p.m., 121A, directed by Angela Buehler
- Cherub Choir (3 years to K):
Thursdays, 4 to 4:30 p.m., 304, directed by Danielle Russell
- Drama (4th-8th grade):
Thursdays, 5:15 to 6 p.m., 121A, taught by Angela Buehler
Snow White Musical
You are invited to Snow White Musical on August 18 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. featuring Sarah Griffith as Snow White and Noelle McDowell as the Queen. This show is directed by Angela Buehler and choreographed by Jennifer Coleman. Invite your friends, family, and neighbors to enjoy an event that will lead to conversations about identity.
Do we let the mirror of our self-perceptions tell us who we are? Do we let society place labels on us and define who we become? Join Snow White, Hunter, Queen Arabella, and the Dwarfs as they search for who they really are—and discover the true Prince! There is no charge to attend, but there will be an opportunity to donate at the door to help defray production costs.
August 13-17: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Friday, 2 to 8 p.m.
Saturday, August 18, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Angela Buehler was raised in Birmingham, Alabama, where she competed in and won speech competitions at state and national levels. She graduated from Bob Jones University with a degree in Speech Performance. While attending, she starred as Eliza Doolittle in “Pigmalion” and Lydia in “Pride and Predjudice” and performed “Les Misreables” for her senior recital. After college, she directed church cantatas, coached high school speech students, taught an after-school drama class in South Florida, and assisted the “Kidsridge” program in Drama at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. For the last two years, she has ministered as a children’s choir director at the Evangelical Presbyterian (EP) Church of Annapolis. This past year, she taught a middle school drama class at EP. Angela has been married to her husband, Aaron, for 14 years, and together they have four boys: Pierce (9) Harrison (7) Monroe (5), and Hayes (3). One of her greatest passions is communicating Christ’s power, grace, and one-way love for us.
Jennifer Coleman is originally from Annapolis, MD, where she trained with ballet schools such as the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, The Kirov Academy, The Joffrey Ballet, Point Park College, and Hartford Ballet. In 1997 and 1998, Jennifer was brought to NYC for the Dance Educators of America competition where she won second place two years in a row. At the age of 17, Jennifer joined the Ballet Theatre of Maryland as a company member where she performed soloist roles such as Little Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty. She then moved to Nevada to join the Nevada Ballet Theatre. After Las Vegas, Jennifer performed with the Baltimore Opera and the Washington Opera where she got to work with Placido Domingo. After a move to New York, Jennifer was in a Broadway cabaret show called Richie Cecere’s where she was a featured singer and dancer for many years. Jennifer picked up International Latin Ballroom and trained with 10 dance champion Richard Diaz. There she found salsa and joined the world renown salsa dance company “Descarga Latina.” Jennifer had the opportunity to teach at the second best studio in the nation, “Stepping Out Studios.” Jennifer and her husband, Jason, are members of EP Church Annapolis. They have a daughter, Emma. Jennifer is a frequent soloist and worship leader at EP.