Music Committee

Music Committee Spring Fling!
Fletcher Hall, Saturday, April 8, at 7:30 pm

This year we are fortunate to welcome UUCM member Randy Crafton’s band Sleeping Bee, with our own Youth Band The Half Steps opening. 

Sleeping Bee combines the talents of bassist and multi-instrumentalist Lindsey Horner of jazz and multi-genre renown, Andy Goessling of Railroad Earth, guitarist and singer Timothy Hill, and percussionist Randy Crafton. While labels fall short, their music has been referred to as “World Folk Jazz” and exists in that unique early 21st century area where folk, jazz, Celtic song forms, melodic improvisation, and original ideas all happily co-exist and vitalize each other. The sound of Sleeping Bee is both strikingly original and hauntingly familiar.

The event will be BYOB with a spread of homemade desserts. Tickets are $18 in advance or $20 at the door for adults, $12 in advance or $15 at the door for students and seniors. Children up to age 12 attend for free. You can get your tickets 

Vision Statement

We, the members of the Music Committee, support and create a spiritual space utilizing the healing, uplifting, joyful and transcendent power of music to unify and inspire all members of our community.

Mission Statement

The Music Committee’s mission is to support and nurture a dynamic and transformative music ministry for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, by:

  • promoting the importance of music within our Congregation,
  • coordinating with and supporting our Music Director,
  • enhancing communications regarding music with our Congregation,
  • connecting music with our religious services and our spiritual lives, and
  • providing opportunities for musical growth and participation at all levels.

Any UUCM member interested in joining the Committee should contact Jennie Wengrovius. Meetings are usually once a month, between services.