Join us starting September 8 for rehearsals for Handel's Messiah, the Christmas portion. As our performance hall, the Centrum, finishes its restoration following 2017's devastating flood, we look forward to seeing you either as a part of the choir or as a part of the audience for Handel's most famous work.
Join us for a Christmas Eve extravaganza! After last year's cold, windy outdoor Christmas eve services, we know you'll love the warmth and cameraderie of communal worship in the Centrum. Pandemic or not, there promises to be plenty of room for you.
Celebrate the spring with Mozart's final work, written literally on his deathbed in 1791. Mozart believed the work was his own death ode, written in a time where the cure for fevers was to put cold meat on one's forehead.
Hauntingly beautiful and deadly serious, Mozart's Requiem is a favorite of choirs and audiences alike.
Back in August, 2017, our performance hall was inundated by several feet of water. It swamped the chairs, caused the floors to buckle, and moved everything that could float. Cypresswood Drive became a current-filled river. After years of waiting for grants, we finally were able to begin construction. Now, the Centrum is almost complete, with new sound systems, better LED color-changing lighting, additional family restrooms, a new green room, dressing rooms, and countermeasures to keep floodwaters out. It should be a wonder to perform once again in this magnificent hall; a testament to the love and mission of Cypress Creek Christian Church to open it's doors to the community, and especially to the arts community.
With the variants and such unknowns, we are not sure when we'll be able to get back to singing overseas, but as soon as we can, we will.