Directed by Caroline Collins
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 us on our toes. If you can sing on pitch, have some prior musical experience, and have a heart for singing, we would love for you to join us! Travis Park Church strives towards an inclusive and affirming music community. Any time is a great time to join. Contact Caroline Collins to get connected. The Sanctuary Choir meets for rehearsal weekly on Sunday evenings. Contact Caroline Collins for more information.
Directed by Chas Waters
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, and drums. Lyrics come alive with the vocal ensemble and worship leader. Participation in this group does require an audition. Singers rehearse weekly on Sunday mornings after worship.
Alamo City Street Choir
Directed by Tracy Bjella Powers
An extension of Corazon Ministries, the Alamo City Street Choir offers a musical outlet for those experiencing homelessness. The choir meets weekly for rehearsals at Travis Park Church on Wednesday evenings. Learn More >
Cherub Choir & Joyful Noise! Children’s Choir
Ages 2-5th grade
Come make a Joyful Noise! with the Children’s Choirs at Travis Park! Cherub Choir is for children ages 2 – 1st grade. Joyful Noise! is for children 2nd – 5th grade. The children’s choirs perform in worship once a month. Sometimes the choirs will sing together, and sometimes older and younger children 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 independence, 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. The children’s choirs rehearse on Sunday mornings after worship in conjunction with Children‘s Sunday School. For more information, contact Caroline Collins.
Emmaus Singers Youth Choir
The Emmaus Youth Choir (EYC) is our youth choir for youth ages 6th-12th grade (ages 11-18). EYC performs during worship occasionally throughout the year, 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. Right now in EYC, we are focused on learning to play ukulele, guitar, and keyboard. We do two major fundraisers during the spring with a few other smaller fundraising opportunities throughout the year. EYC meets weekly on Sunday evenings. For more information, contact Caroline Collins.
*You must provide your own instrument.
Travis Park Ringers (Handbells)
Directed by Kevin Collins
The Travis Park Ringers are the handbell choir. The best time to look into joining the handbell choir is after one of their performances. Participation in this group does require an audition and some prior knowledge of music. Participants must also be able to commit to regular attendance. The Ringers have performed at the Christmas Tree Lighting in Travis Park, they perform in worship quarterly, and the Ringers are a part of our Christmas Eve tradition! The Travis Park Ringers meet weekly on Sunday evenings.
Some of Our Featured Music
You Make Beautiful Things: Caroline Collins and Chas Waters
O Come, O Come, Emmanuel - Travis Park Ringers
Light A Candle - MiChelle and Mia Carey
A Joyful Magnificat (2020)
True Colors performed LIVE by Chas Waters and Caroline Collins (2022)
Closer by David Stone
We Are Not Alone - Sanctuary Choir
Yes I Will - Travis Park Church Worship Band & Singers
Alamo City Street Choir - Go Tell It On the Mountain
It Is Good To Give Thanks to the Lord - Travis Park Church Sanctuary Choir
At This Table - Performance by Caroline Collins