Sara Trammell, Music Director
Sara brings a rich tradition of music and styles as a church choral director and experience as a former handbell choir director. She is a full-time junior high choral director in the San Antonio school system. Her heart’s objective is to minister the gospel of Jesus Christ through music. She oversese the music in both services with her key emphasis as Choral Director. She is also an interim for our contemporary music team which serves in th 11 am worship service.
Sara received her Bachelor of Music Studies in 2011 and is Texas All-Level Certified. Her husband Richard is a private voice teacher in the San Antonio ISD and is a highly trained vocal musician who also sings in our choir.
Universal City United Methodist Church is blessed with a wonderful choir that enriches our worship experience with a wide range of music that seeks to minister God's love. They also provide special music presentations for the community and in worship with guest soloists and instrumentalists. The Chancel Choir sings at the 10 AM Service on Sundays and are off during the month of July. Practice is on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 - 8:30 PM and resumes the first Wednesday in August.
Eat and then Rehearse with the Choir on Wednesday Rehearsals!
Eat first at our delicious Third Day Cafe in Fellowship Hall! Monthly menus are posted and is $5 per person for a salad bar, main course and dessert. $15 for a family of 4. It opens at 5:15 and ready to serve until 6:15 pm. Then choir rehearsals are in the Sanctuary on Wednesday nights at 7 pm.
Organized in 2000, the Hosanna Chimes is an English handbell ensemble which shares their music in Sunday church services. They are a source of great praise! They also prepare special event concerts throughout the year. A program highlight is their annual Christmas Community Concert.
For more information contact Director, Pam Daniel through the church office at 210-659-5555.
The Grace Notes are a music group who are members of this congregation. They have ministered together for a number of years through the sounds of Southern Gospel, Bluegrass, and Emmaus-styled music for worship and spiritual events in South Central Texas.