Youth Music and Fine Arts

The Youth Music and Fine Arts Ministry offers students in grades 6-12 opportunities to serve God by developing and sharing their musical and artistic talents. Whether you sing, play an instrument, or express your faith through the visual arts, there is a place for you at Second Presbyterian that encourages and nurtures spiritual and artistic growth.

Youth Music Solos
8:15 a.m. worship in Milner Chapel

Youth Music Solos 

Frequently throughout the year, advanced youth singers and instrumentalists will be given the opportunity to sing or play Preludes and/or Offertories at the Sunday 8:15 a.m. services in Milner Chapel. For more information, contact Dr. John Allegar.

Second Winds Ensemble
Wednesdays, 8-9:15 p.m.

Second Winds Ensemble

Youth through Adult



Play a band instrument? Looking for fun and fellowship? Join Second Winds for a concert series to try it out!

An instrumental ensemble comprised solely of volunteers from the church and community, Second Winds gathers wind, brass and percussion to rehearse and assist in worship leadership throughout the year. This is a great opportunity for youth and adults to work together to create beautiful music, have fellowship and corporately use their gifts and talents to glorify God.

Second Winds meets on Wednesday evenings and is led by Co-Directors Rick and Candi Granlund. All youth and adults who have completed at least two years of study on wind, brass or percussion instruments are encouraged to join. Contact the Music and Fine Arts office, (317) 253-6461 ext. 309 or for more information.



Handbell Ensemble
Saturdays, 9-10 a.m.

Handbell Ensemble

High School through Adult

Rehearsal: Saturdays, 9-10 a.m., Room 312

The Handbell Ensemble, under the direction of Rebecca Holt, participates in Second’s music ministry seven to eight times throughout the calendar year. No audition is required. Moderate music-reading ability is necessary and a sense of rhythm and coordination important. The Handbell Ensemble is open to students (those who have completed 8th grade) and all adults. The group rehearses weekly for an hour on Saturday mornings. Successful handbell choirs always have a sense of group spirit and mutual support with regular attendance at rehearsals crucial. Contact the Music and Fine Arts office, (317) 253-6461 x309 or for more information. 

The Ensemble is pleased to play on a 5-octave set of Malmark handbells.

For more information, contact the Music & Fine Arts Office