Anyone is invited to sing with our choir on Sunday. Join us Thursday evening at 6PM or come at 8:45 AM on any Sunday, as we rehearse the songs in preparation for Sunday morning worship service. If you are interested, contact Ron Hilley ( or just show up. We would be excited to have you join us as we express our love of singing to God and give Him all the glory.


Our choir is open to all who love singing, we would love to have you join us. We meet every Thursday evening at 6:00 PM from September through June. Come and check out this unique ministry and fellowship with other believers who enjoy praising God through music. Director of Music, Ron Hilley leads the Choir each Sunday morning. Come sing with us for the Glory of God.    


Do you plan an instrument, i.e., wind, brass, guitar, drums, keyboard?   If so, we invite you to contact the church to audition.  Please contact Ron at  or contact the church. 


We have a core volunteer team who operate the sound board, worship slides, and live stream. If you are interested in participating in this ministry, please contact the church office with your name and number.

About Our Organ

      Lakeside Community Presbyterian Church installed a 13-rank pipe organ and expanded the the organ to include 18 ranks of wind-blown pipes.  (A “rank” is a set of pipes, usually numbering 56 pipes, one for each note of the keyboard.)         And in 2020, the church dedicated a  new instrument: a Rodgers Masterpiece Signature 356 Digital Imaging Organ with a three manual console; 56 stops, including a MX200 MIDI Sound Module (producing 100 orchestral sounds). Combined with our existing 18 ranks of wind-blown pipes provides the equivalent of over 200 ranks.  The electronic portion is voiced through 22 speakers embedded in the pipe chamber, as well as speakers in the choir loft and balcony.   The addition of the Rodgers organ and speakers was made possible through a number of special gifts, including a major gift in honor of former Pastor Bob Mentze’s 25th anniversary at the church, and his belief that “music magnifies the message”! Soli Deo Gloria – to God alone be the glory!