The traditional worship service offers a variety of music ranging from traditional choral anthem settings to Contemporary and Gospel music.
Under the direction of Choirmaster, Susan Laushman; Pitt Pres Choir is comprised of 35-40 singers. The ensemble is diverse and energetic, ranging from upper level high school singers, to music educators and retired professionals. Many choir members are active vocal and instrumental soloists, providing added music enhancement to the service. The choir serves an important role of leadership in worship.
Choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm.
Those interested in obtaining more information about joining the choir should contact Choirmaster Susan Laushman.
Parrott Music Scholarship
A scholarship program funded by the Parrott family and Bitner family is available at The Presbyterian Church for students involved in the Pittsburg State University Music Department.
The purpose of the Parrott and Bitner Foundation Scholarship is to assist students in music education at Pittsburg State University through involvement of the Presbyterian Church music program. Over the years many talented college students have participated in the church choir while being assisted with a music scholarship. Recipients are recommended by the Department of Music at Pittsburg State University. Financial need or grade point average is not a determining factor.
Interested students can Contact The Presbyterian Church Director of Music, Susan Laushman.
McNay Music Scholarship
A Memorial Scholarship in honor of Roberta McNay is offered at Pitt Pres to assist a Pittsburg State University student interested in being involved in the music program. Recipients are determined by the Choir Master, Susan Laushman.
The Presbyterian Church offers a bell choir under the direction of Terry Cox and Cooper Neil. The ensemble rehearses on Wednesday evenings at 6:00 pm and performs monthly in worship. Music reading skills are encouraged for the success of the individual player.
Pitt Pres Ringers participates in area festivals throughout the year. Community involvement and outreach from this group provides exposure to this art form.
The bell choir is in the process of raising money for an additional octave of bells. For more information please contact Terry Cox or Cooper Neil.