Chancel Choir

The Chancel Choir enriches worship each Sunday. The Choir also performs at special concerts during the year, including Lenten and Advent Friday afternoon concerts.

The Chancel Choir at First Congregational has a long history of presenting high-quality concerts to benefit the community. These voices are often part of the social outreach activities of the Church. Professional soloists and use of instruments enhance these concerts.

Recorder Consort

Our recorder players, founded the Church's Recorder Consort. As part of our congregation, their individual styles blend into a lively, flexible sound. Their technically sophisticated and highly sensitive playing, as well as their elegant renditions and coherent programs, meet the highest artistic standards.

Chancel Bell Choir

The Chancel Bell Choir works together to perform music in perfect harmony in the chapel and in the community! If you want to learn more, or are interested in joining us, contact Dr. Quincy Dobbs.


Murder Mystery Dinner

Looking for a killer time? Then this Murder Mystery Dinner will slay you! Stay posted for First Congregation Church's next Murder Mystery Dinner.


Jazz on Jefferson



Concerts for a Cause

Our Church has participated in creating a series of "concerts for a cause" where we have supported many local causes, including Major Chords for Minors, Flint Water, and the CAN Council.

GLB Regional Hand Bell Choir Workshop

Coming September 2017

Advent/Lenten Concert Series

This unique concert takes place on every Friday of the season at 12:15 PM in the sanctuary.

The New Reformation Band

The New Reformation Band (NRB) jazz repertoire encompasses Dixieland, ragtime, blues, big band, and swing… the hot music that lifts spirits.

NRB was formed in 1970 during a cold Michigan winter. Seven musicians gathered in the sanctuary of the First Congregational Church in a shocking, yet highly successful, attempt to bring jazz into the service. Most had played “jazz” before, just not in church, and not with each other. With the exception of the Brothers Oppermann — on piano and banjo — most were shaking hands for the first time.

The New Reformation Band plays at First Congregational Church from time to time and it's a toe-tapping good time!