Music Ministry

Make A Joyous Sound Unto The Lord!

At Epiphany Lutheran Church, our music ministry is a welcoming and supportive group of people of all ages and backgrounds. We work to encourage, enrich, and encourage each other in the development of our skills. It is our goal to develop leaders in our church through the power of music. There are various opportunities for all with the gift of music to enhance Worship throughout the year.

Adult Choir

To be involved in the Adult Choir, contact Pamela Tamburello, Director of Music Ministries. No audition is required! A love of singing and a willingness to serve in the area of Worship is all that is needed.

Praise Band

No audition is required, although instrumentalists might be asked to sit in a rehearsal. As with the choir, contact Pamela Tamburello, Director of Music Ministries.

Sound Tech

Are your talents behind the scenes? We always need sound engineers in Worship. Contact Pamela Tamburello, and she will forward your info to the head of that ministry.

Pamela Tamburello

Director of Music Ministries

Pam was born and raised in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. She began her music studies at an early age, starting with the piano. Later in her schooling, Pam concentrated on the oboe and then began organ studies at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Following her studies at UW, she studied at Concordia University-River Forest (now known as Concordia University-Chicago). Pam completed her studies in the Director of Parish Music program and moved to Houston to begin ministry in education and church music. Since that time, she has served at various Lutheran parishes in educational, youth, and music ministries. Pam currently lives near The Woodlands with her husband, Gary. She would love to work with you to get connected in the area of Worship and music at Epiphany!

Frequently Asked Questions

I can't sing, does that mean I can't join the Adult Choir?
Of course, you can! The bible says to make a joyous sound unto the Lord, and that's what we try to do each and every week!

If I don't have time to sing or play in an ensemble regularly, are there other options?
 You can participate in a limited capacity like singing just for Christmas or Easter.

What options are available for instrumentalists?
 You can play in the brass ensemble that plays for major festivals, play in a small group for a particular day, or play as a soloist.

What options are available for vocalists?
 You can always sing a solo or participate in a smaller ensemble.