St. Timothy on the Northshore
Friday, August 23, 2019
Dr. Robert McBain, Minister of Music
Kenya Lawrence Jackson, Music Administrator/ Children's Music Supervisor
Chad Haddad, Contemporary Worship Leader
Candy Foster, Youth Music
Carolyn Conner, Organist
Anita Bridges, Handbell Director

The Music Ministry of St. Timothy on the Northshore United Methodist Church has a place of joyful service for every member of your family. We hope you will join us!
Getting into music at St. Timothy on the Northshore is easy:
Call the Music Office at 985/626-3307, ext 104
E-mail us at
Visit any rehearsal at any time. We would love to welcome you!
Quality childcare is offered for ALL rehearsals, services and special events.

Asbury Campus
Weekly Rehearsals Each Thursday
7:00-8:30 PM - Charles Wesley Rehearsal Hall Asbury Campus
The largest ensemble at St. Timothy, the choir provides special music and leadership of congregational singing at the 8:30 & 11:00 AM Sunday worship services. The Choir also presents performances of major choral/orchestral masterpieces for the community at large. The annual “Christmas on the Northshore” concert was voted as 2004 Best Choral Arts Performance in the New Orleans Arts Awards. In the spring of 2005, the choir traveled to New York to perform the Verdi “Requiem” at Carnegie Hall. The group is a great place for fun and fellowship. For more information contact

This auditioned adult ensemble sings once a month for the 11:00 Asbury Campus Worship Service.
For more information contact


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Weekly Rehearsals Each Sunday
4:15-5:15 PM - Charles Wesley Rehearsal Hall
Youth Grades 7-12      
Weekly Rehearsals Each Wednesday
6:45-8:15 PM – Charles Wesley Rehearsal Hall
Youth Grades 7-12 (by audition only)
Each of the Youth Choirs participates regularly in our worship services presenting a wide range of anthems from traditional to contemporary. The main choir, Extreme Youth, is a fun and exciting time of music and fellowship. The choir performs contemporary and modern arrangements as well as presenting the Spring Musical. The Youth Chorale rehearses traditional choral music while studying music theory and essential musical skills. They participate regularly in the traditional services. Each year culminates in a Summer Tour. For more information contact


The Children’s Music Ministry of St. Timothy on the Northshore United Methodist Church is an expression of our love for all of God’s children and our desire that each be nurtured in the Christian faith.  Participation in children’s choir teaches skills of worship participation and leadership while providing a strong support of each child’s growth as a young Christian.  Activities include singing, games, stories and other fun activities. 
For more information contact the Children’s Music Supervisor:
Kenya Lawrence Jackson,
Weekly rehearsals for all children’s choirs are held on Wednesdays from 5:15-6:00 p.m. in the following rooms.
Cherub Choir (3 and 4 year olds) meets in the Education Building Rm. 4
Michelle Burris, director
Sonshine Choir (Kindergarten) meets in the Education Building Rm. 7
Lylln Brinkman, director
Joyful Noise Choir (1st-3rd grades) meets in the Family Life Center. Rms. 129-130
Elyse German, director
G.E.L. Choir (4th-6th grades) meets in the Choir Room
Kenya Lawrence Jackson, director

The Praise Band provides leadership of the music at our Saturday Night Asbury Campus service and at both campuses  for the Sunday Contemporary services. Participation is by audition and requires a great commitment to the music ministry at St. Timothy. Other bands are being developed for needs throughout the life of the church. If you play an instrument or are an accomplished singer St. Timothy has a place for you. For more information contact

Thursdays 5:45-6:45PM
The Alleluia Ringers is our adult hand bell ensemble for adults and high school, grades 9-12.  The group rings three to five octaves of varied hand bell repertoire and participates in worship services on occasion.  Previous hand bell experience is not required, but music reading ability is recommended.  The emphasis of this group is on fellowship and learning.