Every Sunday at Truro Anglican, at all of our different services, we come together to worship God for who he is and what he has done. We love to use different styles of music, and different expressions of worship, to praise and magnify God’s unsearchable greatness.

And so we invite you to participate in the different worship and arts ministries of Truro Anglican Church. These groups are open to all young people of the church and community without audition.

Weekly classes culminate with dance and music offerings in Truro’s vibrant worship services throughout the active season, September through May. These classes are taught by skilled and Christ-centered instructors, and depend on dedicated parent volunteers for their success. We have a lot of fun together!

We hope you can join us for the 2018 – 2019 season and look forward to answering any questions you might have.

Dance Classes

Truro dance welcomes elementary and middle-school-aged students to grow in their knowledge of God’s love, to get connected with their peers in a Christian community, and to grow in their expression of worship through dance. High-school-aged teenagers serve as student leaders, and dance throughout the year at special services.

Under the direction of Kitty Morgan, and assisted by student leaders, each week students experience a brief bible lesson, discipleship, and time for group prayer, interspersed with serious (but fun!) dance instruction and choreography.

Our prayer for this ministry is that students would develop a heart for worship, an understanding of dance as an expression of praise, and a desire to point others to Jesus.

K – 3rd Grade

Tue(s), 5:00 – 5:50 pm

4th – 8th Grade

Tue(s), 5:55 – 6:50 pm

Register for Dance Classes

Term One

Sep 12 – Dec 19  |  15 Classes
Students will dance on a Sunday morning in October or November and at our 3:00 and 5:00 pm Christmas Eve services.

Term Two

Jan 9 – May 22  |  18 Classes
Students will dance on a Sunday morning in March and/or on Easter Sunday (Apr 21) and at our end-of-year recital on May 22.