Music at Brookside

The music and worship ministry at Brookside serves and leads the congregation each week in corporate worship. Using a variety of instruments, we sing songs both old and new to aid us in our praise of God. We strive to choose songs that turn us to God, are theologically rich, and exalt Jesus.


The orchestra is open to all church members who profess Christ and live in accordance with their profession. The orchestra ministers in the morning and evening services each week, as well as playing for special events. Players must demonstrate proficiency on an orchestral instrument and be able to master new material on a weekly basis. Rehearsals are Sundays from 4:45-5:45 PM.


The adult choir is open to all church members who profess Christ and live in accordance with their profession. The choir ministers weekly in the morning worship services and is involved in other special worship services and events throughout the year, as well as presenting special programs for Christmas and Easter. Rehearsals are on Sundays from 4:45-5:45 PM. During the special program rehearsals, practices may be earlier and longer than the standard meeting times.

 For more information on getting involved with the orchestra and adult choir, contact Brian Lipski -


This Ambassador choir is also open to all church members with the same requirements as the other choir and orchestra. Rehearsals are Tuesday mornings from 10-11am. The Ambassador choir serves in three areas: outreach to shut ins, Encore luncheons, and several Sunday evening services.

For more information, please contact the church office at 262-783-6180


The Children’s Choir is open to students in K4-6th grade. Students learn doctrine through hymns, music literacy, and principles of good singing. Students minister periodically in the worship services and present one musical per year. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:00 PM. For more information, please contact Lori Melchert or Chanelle Pergande through the church office.


Brookside Media serves a vital role in sending and producing sound and video for weekly services, as well as special events and other needs throughout the church. Team members must demonstrate faithfulness, godly conduct, and a willingness to be taught, as well as a familiarity with technology. If you have a desire to serve in the AV ministry, contact James Kolterman at