Chapel Singers

Chapel Singers formed in 1976 by Henry Goerzen with the vision of glorifying God through song and reaching out into the community. Chapel Singers originally started with 15 members and grew to the current size of over 45 members today.  Under new leadership of Marjorie Slinn, Chapel Singers will continue to present challenging and inspirational music in the Niagara Region and surrounding communities to raise funds for charities.  Some charities that have benefited from Chapel Singers performances are Ryan's Well Foundation, Grimsby Affordable Housing Partnership, Bethlehem Place and Open Arms Mission. Funds raised have been in the excess of over $80,000.00 in the past 10 years.

Chapel Singers were honoured to be part of a mass choir at Carnegie Hall on June 6, 2009 under the direction of famous choral directors and composers, Joseph Martin, Greg Gilpin, Mark Hayes and Timothy Seelig. The event featured well-loved choral and orchestral numbers.

Mission Statement:

To Glorify God, Minister through Song, and Reach Out with Love

- Presenting inspirational programs of traditional and contemporary choral music

- Welcoming guest performers

- Supporting charitable causes

Chapel Singers is a community-based choir with a desire to build fellowship and touch hearts.