Instruments



Service Musicians

Instrumentalists frequently share their gifts in our worship services by providing prelude and offertory pieces and accompanying the choirs. Our church is blessed by a wide community of musicians, and we welcome all levels of ability and experience, from young to old.

  • Open to all ages.
  • Rehearsals vary.

Noel Werner, Director of Music (noel@nassauchurch.org)


Nassau Ringers Handbell Choirs

Two handbell choirs, Nassau Ringers I and II, continue in Nassau’s long tradition. The choirs play six to seven times per year in worship and visit a local retirement community or nursing home once per year.

  • Open to open to youth (high school) and adults.
  • Rehearsals are Thursday evenings. View the Handbell Choir Schedule (pdf).

New members for both groups are always welcome.  Come ring with us!

Robert Lamb, Handbell Director (lambr@rider.edu)


Princeton Presbyterian Quartet (PPQ)

Princeton Presbyterian Quartet (PPQ) is made up of members of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church and Nassau Presbyterian Church, as well as area musicians. Consisting of both amateurs and professionals, this ensemble presents music in worship at both churches four to five times per year.

  • Open to adults, college-age and older.
  • Rehearsals are Saturday mornings.

The instrumentation for each performance is flexible to accommodate the availability of particular players.

Je Oh, oboist and PPQ coordinator (jhocrane@verizon.net)