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Music Ministry

Come make a joyful noise unto the Lord as we seek to promote the “full, conscious, and active participation” of our people. Sacred music has a profound impact on the liturgical celebrations at Holy Family, and we invite you to consider joining us!



For additional information, please contact our Music Director, Matthew Cremisio at

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Parish Choir traditionally sings at the 8:30 AM Mass on Sundays, Holy Days of obligation, and special events throughout the liturgical year. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings from 7:00PM-8:30PM.




Chamber Choir is a small, auditioned ensemble of advanced vocalists. This choir traditionally sings at the 10:30AM Mass on Sundays, Holy Days of obligation, and special events throughout the liturgical year. Rehearsals are on Monday evenings from 7:00PM-8:30PM.




The entire family of God is invited, hoping that all members of our church who like to sing, from elementary to seniors, will feel comfortable in taking part in this new multi-generational and musical endeavor. This choir rehearses only once a month on Wednesday evening from 6:30PM-7:30PM and sings twice a month (usually the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month) at the Sunday 12:15PM Mass.




Life Teen Band, for both vocalists and instrumentalists, prepares a variety of music from traditional to contemporary and leads the assembly at the 5:00PM Sunday Mass. Rehearsals are held weekly prior to Mass on Sunday. Membership in the ensemble is open to all interested vocalists and instrumentalists of at least High School age, and by individual audition.




Resurrection Choir provides beautiful music for families who are grieving the loss of a loved one during the funeral Mass. This ensemble rehearses on occasion, when needed, and most funeral Masses are scheduled on weekday mornings.




The Cantor Program is designed to help lead our congregation in prayer through song. This group meets at various times throughout the year to rehearse music for the upcoming liturgical season, and for collective reflection. Cantors follow a rotating schedule, which is carefully balanced to meet the needs for weekend Masses and special liturgical celebrations.




Instrumentalists wishing to participate to further enhance selected liturgical celebrations are encouraged to contact the music office for additional information.

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