760 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43205
Sunday Worship: 8:45 and 11:00 AM

Music

"Music is the shape and form of the invisible." 
~ Leonardo da Vinci

Making music enriches lives and draws the congregation closer to God. At Broad Street Church there are many opportunities for children and adults to make music together singing, ringing, playing. All are welcome!  

Music

Use the links below to enjoy the Anthems from past Sundays.

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Adult Choir

Bill Boggs conducts rehearsalThe Broadstreet Choir sings at the 11 a.m. service each Sunday from September to June. Rehearsals are held in the second floor choir room on Thursdays, 7:15-9:00 p.m. with childcare provided, and on Sunday morning before the worship service. Membership is open to singers beginning in 10th grade with professional section leaders assisting with the musicianship and sound as the choir explores five centuries of great choral music. The choir participates in the worship life of the congregation including seasonal choral concerts, Christmas Eve services, and special music for Holy Week and Easter Day.  

The Broadstreet Choir was founded in 1934 by Herbert Huffman, who, in 1937, also founded the Columbus Boy Choir, now the American Boychoir in Princeton, N.J. 


Bell Choir

The Broadstreet Bells is a handbell choir for adults. Rehearsals are on Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m. The ringers play on 4 octaves of Schulmerich bells and a 3 octave set of Malmark Choirchimes. The choir performs during Sunday worship and at special services at Broad Street Presbyterian Church and in the community. In December of 2013 the Broadstreet Bells were invited to perform as part of the holiday programming at the Franklin Park Conservatory.

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To learn about the BSPC organ - click here.


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