Our church musicians inspire us… learn what inspires them and deepen your connection to our church community. Join us on our Facebook page at 10 a.m. each Saturday for “Sounds Of the City.” Over the summer we’ll be sharing videos created by our team of incredibly talented musicians, whose purpose is to Make God’s Love Real.
If you missed one (or more) of our videos, please watch them here.
Tim Diehl first started playing at Hyde Park when our contemporary worship service was led by Belinda Womack. Over the past 17 years, Tim has continued to play the drums with our contemporary band. In this video, he shares a piece of his own creation called “Song for Cary.” #HydeParkUMC #SoundsoftheCity


This video showcases the talents of our contemporary band. In her intro, Colleen Schmitt, our Director of Contemporary Music, discusses the hope we share through our community of faith and that we share with the community around us. We stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter as allies in this historic struggle for justice. #HydeParkUMC #Soundsof theCity

This video features Katie Huettel who discovered her singing talent in middle school chorus. The positive feedback she received in that class boosted her confidence and made her realize she can indeed sing. Her current pursuits include musical theater and, of course, singing in our Contemporary band. Here’s Katie performing “Gratitude.” #HydeParkUMC #SoundsoftheCity


This video showcases the talents of Will Shine. He has been involved in music from an early age and has a broad range of musical and professional experiences that he shares with use. In “Let Justice Roll Like a River,” Will created, produced, and edited the video as well as editing the audio in his home studio. #HydeParkUMC #Soundsof theCity

This video features Jennifer Medina who began playing wind instruments and particularly the oboe. In high school, she picked up the bass and has been playing it ever since. Here’s Jennifer Medina performing “In the River.” #HydeParkUMC #SoundsoftheCity


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