The Music Ministry at McDonough Presbyterian Church is a growing, vibrant program which offers something for everyone.
If you are interested in joining any of the following groups, please contact

Jason Montague
(770) 596-7898
Director of Music

Adult Music Ministry

Chancel Choir

Jason Montague directs the choir with his wonderful talents…. Rehearsals are every Wednesday evening at 6:45 pm and the second Saturday of each month in the new music suite. This is a 30-plus member choir which provides the music leadership during weekly worship. They prepare music ranging from traditional anthems to Gospel to African American Spirituals.

The Tom Wise Men’s Choral

The Tom Wise Men’s Choral rehearses the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 6:15 pm. This choir provides music for worship as well as for special services in the church and in the community. Open to all men participating in the Chancel Choir.

MPC Orchestra

This is a group of instrumentalists, under the direction of Jason Montague, which provide music as needed throughout the year during Sunday worship and special presentations. This group is currently recruiting new members. The orchestra rehearses on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 8:15 pm – 9:00 pm.

Adult Handbell Choir

The adult handbell Choir, a Joyful Ring, is expertly directed by Marti Slife and has a dozen talented ringers. This group invites all adults and high school students who have a knowledge of music notation. The rehearsal time is held on Thursday in the Music Suites Bell Room at 6:30 pm.

Children’s Music Ministry

Children’s Choir

Children’s Choir, under the direction of Julie Garcia, continues for children grades one through five. Here, children will foster the love of music and enjoy singing praises to God.  They rehearse from 5:30 – 6:30 PM every Wednesday during the school year. This choir provides music once a month during church worship. They also prepare and perform a musical each year. For more information regarding this program please contact Julie Garcia.