Joyful Noise Choir 

Our choir is open to all who love singing, we would love to have you join us. We meet every Thursday evening at 6:45 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 Joyful Noise Choir each Sunday morning. Throughout the year, Joyful Noise produces several concerts, both sacred and secular. During Advent, the choir brings the Christmas story to life through song. At the end of the choral season or sometimes in the fall, full-scale productions are performed for the congregation and the community. In the past, themes range from gospel and rock to Broadway and Disney. Joyful Noise is an energetic group who sing to the Glory of God!    



If you are interested in playing an instrument, wind, brass, guitar, drums, keyboard, etc, please contact Ron at  or contact the church to audition. 


We are always in need of sound board operators for our worship service and help support with the weekly visual media presentation for the Sunday Worship Service.  Please contact the church if you are interested in this ministry. 

Lakeside Children’s Choir

Ron also leads the Lakeside Children’s Choir.  All kids from 1st to 6th grade are invited to participate.  Practice is every Wednesday from to 4pm followed by fresh cookies! The kids sing several times per year in the church and in community gatherings.

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!