Music and Organ
Orangewood has a combined Traditional service with some contemporary music at 10:30 on Sunday.
Our Choir has not yet started since the pandemic but hope to be back singing soon.
Orangewood Choir and Bells
The Orangewood Choir and Bells are led by our music director and organist Chuck Sedgwick. A native of Wisconsin, Chuck holds both a doctorate in organ performance and a master’s degree in choral music from Arizona State University. He served several churches in Wisconsin, California, and Arizona before coming to Orangewood. He also holds a master’s degree in education from Whittier College and taught music at Cortez High School in Phoenix for 22 years before his retirement in 2016.
The Orangewood Choir sings at the 10:30 am worship service on Sundays. Bells practice on Sundays at 11:45 and play for services and special events throughout the year.
Orangewood’s Rieger-Kloss pipe organ was built in the Czech Republic and was installed and dedicated in 1998. The organ has 26 registers, 43 ranks of pipes, tracker touch with electric action and slider chests. Click here to view a complete stop list.