The music in our worship services spans from traditional organ and choral music to innovative musical offerings at the piano, and includes guest instrumentalists, vocal soloists, and engaging ensembles. With all of our music, we strive to create a connective experience that plays into the overall theme for each Sunday's worship service. Each Sunday we sing congregational hymns and have time for quiet reflection during special musical offerings. It is our hope that through music in worship, you discover another path to spirituality at UU Wellesley.

Choral music is an important part of the worship experience at UU Wellesley. Our Adult Choir sings a broad range of repertoire, drawn from the last eight centuries and representing a variety of cultures, languages, and musical styles. This ensemble is open to all people of high school age and older. All are welcome; no experience is necessary.

For more information, please contact Director of Music, Suzanne Cartreine, HERE.  

Sunday Choir

Once a month, the Sunday Choir provides music for a service. We meet that Sunday morning, for a single rehearsal just before the service. All are welcome to come join in! Absolutely no experience is necessary. The music will be easy to learn in one hour. If you like to sing but are unable to commit to the Adult Choir, this is the perfect opportunity for you! Please come, the more the merrier - bring your family, friends, or out-of-town guests. Children are welcome to join us, as we will sing an introit before they leave for RE. Fine to just show up, though it is helpful if you can let Suzie know in advance: email her HERE.

Next Sunday Choir Opportunity: 
Sunday, April 30, 9:15am

Youth Choir

All children and youth of UU Wellesley are invited to sing in the Youth Choir!  The next opportunity to sing in church this spring:  Easter Sunday, April 16.  Please let Suzie know if you are interested.  If we can get at least seven singers, we can do it! 

Rehearsals for April 16 will be held on the following dates from 11:45am-12:15pm: 
3/26, 4/2, and 4/9