The Sanctuary Choir is for ages 18 and beyond. We sing each week during worship, collaborate with other choirs for special services or events, and have worked together to create virtual choral experiences. We sing a wide variety of music from simple to challenging, which keeps our brains working and on our toes. If you can carry a tune and have a heart for singing, we would love for you to join us – no formal choral experience required! Travis Park Church strives towards an inclusive and affirming music community. Any time is a great time to join, just come to rehearsal and we’ll get a folder together for you.
The Sanctuary Choir meets for rehearsal weekly. Contact Caroline Collins for more information.
With a high energy approach to the contemporary Christian genre, our band leads worship every Sunday morning with engaging and vibrant songs. We choose music with meaningful and inclusive messages to facilitate an atmosphere of worship. Musicians play piano, guitar, bass, drums, and sax. Lyrics come alive with the vocal ensemble and worship leader.
If you are interested in learning more or auditioning to join the team, please contact Andrew Hubbard.
Alamo City Street Choir
The Alamo City Street Choir offers a musical outlet for those experiencing homelessness and severe disadvantage. Their voices of hope and wisdom will bring the community to a higher level of beauty through the art of singing. The Alamo City Street Choir meets weekly for rehearsals at Travis Park Church on Wednesday evenings. Learn More >
Emmaus Singers Youth Choir
The Emmaus Singers is our youth choir for youth ages 6th grade – 12th grade (ages 11-18). Emmaus Singers perform during worship once a month and each summer we go on a week-long choir tour. Choir tours have taken us to Atlanta, St. Louis, the Texas panhandle, New Orleans, Chicago, west Texas, and more. We sing as well as play instruments such as the ukulele.* Students who play other instruments that they have learned through school or private lessons also have opportunities to perform with the choirs and as soloists.* For more information, contact Caroline Collins.
*You must provide your own instrument.
Joyful Noise! Children’s Choir
Come make a Joyful Noise! with the Children’s Choir (ages 2 through 5th grade). Joyful Noise! performs in worship once a month. We have opportunities for all ages to sing together as well as opportunities for older and younger children to sing separately. We have social events throughout the year in order to help build community and lasting relationships for participants. Each spring we put on a Children’s Musical that fosters leadership and ownership. We truly try to give children an opportunity to express their gifts and shine during worship and rehearsals! Travis Park Church strives towards an inclusive and affirming music community. Joyful Noise! rehearses on Sunday mornings. For more information, contact Caroline Collins.
Some of Our Featured Music
Yes I Will - Travis Park Church Worship Band & SingersPerformed Sunday, January 23rd at Travis Park Church
Alamo City Street Choir - Go Tell It On the MountainThe Alamo City Street Choir performed at the Travis Park tree lighting on Friday, November 26th, 2021.
It Is Good To Give Thanks to the Lord - Travis Park Church Sanctuary ChoirThe Sanctuary Choir performed "It Is Good To Give Thanks to the Lord"
by Lynn Shaw Bailey on Sunday, November 21, 2021 - directed by Caroline Collins.
At This Table - Performance by Caroline CollinsAt This Table, performed on 10/3/21 by Caroline Collins, the Travis Park Church Music Director. Song by Idina Menzel and Jonas Myrin. #comeasyouare
Travis Park Ringers: Intrada🔔🔔🔔 The Travis Park Ringers 🔔🔔🔔 performed Intrada by Gary R. Smoke this past Sunday for our 175th Celebration, directed by Caroline Collins. Beautiful!
Handbells - A New DawnEnjoy this special recording of the Travis Park Ringers performing "A New Dawn" by Lana Potts. This was performed live for our 175 Year Celebration: Spotlight on Music Ministry.
Scott Mouton talks about the history of our organ, designed and built by Hellmuth Wolff"Thank the Lord for making this gorgeous instrument possible." - Scott Mouton
Scott Mouton served as the organist at Travis Park Church from 1975 to 1994. Special thanks to Scott for sharing this history with us. Our organ was designed and built by Hellmuth Wolff from Montreal. It took 13,000 man hours to build and contains an estimated 2360 pipes.
175th Music Ministry Sunday: August 1, 2021This Sunday, Music Director Caroline Collins takes us on a journey through the past, present, and future of the music ministry at Travis Park Church. To learn more go to www.travispark.org/music
Proud Mary with Travis Park Church pastors & friendsEnjoy as Pastor Gavin, Pastor Eric and new friends sing Proud Mary at our last Care-Oke Brunch at The Dakota Ice House. We will host another karaoke fundraiser soon!
Alamo City Street Choir - People Get ReadyThe Alamo City Street Choir Debut from July 11, 2021 - 175th Worship & Celebration featuring the Corazon San Antonio ministry.
Please enjoy "People Get Ready" by Curtis Mayfield, performed by the Alamo City Street Choir, directed by Tracy Bjella Powers with Katie Shaw-Meadow on piano.
This choir rehearses every Wednesday night at Travis Park Church. We cannot wait to hear you sing again. THANK YOU!!!
Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee: Travis Park RingersThis Sunday the Sanctuary Choir and Handbells resume in-person rehearsal! This is a great time to join choir! Please email Caroline Collins at email@example.com to learn more.
VOLUNTEERS FOR CHILDCARE ARE NEEDED from 5-7pm on Sundays. Please contact Erika Stiner if you are available to help!
Please enjoy this #WAYBACKWEDNESDAY performance:
Handbells performed for worship on November 22, 2020 by Travis Park Ringers, directed by Lana Potts.
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee
from The Twelve Bells of Christmas, arr. by Patricia A. Sanders
©1994 by Agape, a division of Hope Publishing Co.
All rights reserved.
Used by permission, CCLI License # 793615 and OneLicense #A-712713.
O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing - Travis Park Church ChoirThis anthem, created last May, was the first production of our virtual choir and was a labor of love by all. What a joy to experience it again for Pentecost Sunday!
O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing
Words by Charles Wesley, public domain
Music by Mark. A Miller, ©2000 Abingdon Press.
One License #A-712713
Thank you to our choir participants:
Patty Riggle Bonner