We invite you to join the music ministry at Sandy Springs United Methodist Church!


Summer Choir:   For those with busy schedules, who cannot commit to weekly singing, this is for you!  Sunday 18th and 25th August our “Summer Choir” will be providing the leadership for our worship service.  Just show up to the choir room at 10am, and we will sing at 11am. Come as you are.  No robes.  No prior choir experience needed!    We will provide you with music and instructions.  Required:   Keen spirit , joyful face and love of music!  Bonus: If you let Dr. Nicole Marane know ahead of time, she will send you an email with recordings of the music to listen to!

Instrumental Music:  For 7 weeks of the Summer you will hear guest soloists and instrumentalists, as well as members of our own congregation.  If you have not signed up yet and are interested, please contact Dr. Nicole Marane.

Musical Groups:

Chancel Choir: Wednesday 7pm – 8.30pm in the Choir Room on the Ground Floor. We sing every Sunday (and special services) September through June. During the Summer, there will be soloists, instrumentalists and musical groups providing music for worship.  Choir rehearsals will resume Wednesday August 28th, 2019

Kids Praise:  Sundays at 4.30pm restarting in the Fall 2019

Handbells:  NEW!! Anyone aged 10 and up (Children, Youth, Adults) are welcome to join.  We will be holding Community Handbell rehearsals during the Summer and will start regular rehearsals in the Fall.   

Please contact Dr. Nicole Marane for information at nmarane@ssumc.org, 404.255.1181 (ext 217)


Pipe Organ :  Built by E. M. Skinner in 1925 (Opus 532) for a church in Miami, Florida.   In the late 1970s the organ was relocated to a church in the south metro area of Atlanta. The “United Methodist Women” group of Sandy Springs United Methodist Church purchased the organ in the mid 1990s. It was originally 34 ranks and the Parkey Organbuilders expanded the organ, as well as custom designing the organ chamber. The 16’ Violon was added to the Great and Pedal Divisions and is what you can see in the façade of the case.  It is built in flamed copper and mahogany to match the pews and Sanctuary woodwork. The original console was restored and fitted with new keyboards and Solid State Logic capture and relay systems. Click for more Organ Specification!


Please contact Dr. Marane if you would like to bring yourself or a group to sing/play in a concert or worship at the church