"Be filled with the Holy Spirit, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs among yourselves, and making music to the Lord in your hearts." - Ephesians 5

Music plays a vital role in worship – it gives us intimations of the infinite and brings us into closer relationship with God and with each other. The lyrics can be sustaining, challenging, comforting, and inspiring.  At Kingsway-Lambton, we integrate music into the service as a whole, supporting the sermon, prayers, and other elements of worship. Music moves the heart and heals the soul.

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We are extremely proud of our music team. We are moved by how their talent and dedication enhance our weekly worship services. Please click on "Choir Section Leads" tab on the left for detailed biographies.

  • Music Director - Nathan Gritter
  • Accompanist - Paul Wisniewski

Choir Section Leads:

  • Sopranos - Camille Labonte & Kate Tapp Mock  
  • Altos - Rianna Robinson & Anika Verkatesh
  • Tenors - Matthew Tissi & William Salinas-Crosby 
  • Bass - Dante Mullin-Santone & Simon Vandenberg
Nathan Gritter
Music Director

NATHAN GRITTER (he/him) is a singer and conductor based in Toronto. He is currently studying choral conducting at the University of Toronto in a Masters degree program with Dr. Jamie Hillman. Nathan is the assistant conductor for the Tenor Bass Choir at U of T and Associate Conductor with Modern Sound Collective. He sings professionally with the Toronto Mendelssohn Singers, Soundstreams’ Choir 21 and the Pax Christi Chorale. During his graduate studies, Nathan was awarded the Elmer Iseler National Graduate Fellowship in Conducting. He also enjoys working behind the scenes, as Ontario Youth Choir Program Coordinator, and member of the 2022 PODIUM conference planning committee. When not singing or conducting, you can find Nathan running, swimming, playing board games, or spending time with friends and family. Nathan was first introduced to the Kingsway-Lambton United Church community when he joined the choir as Tenor Choral Scholar in 2017. Since then, he has been enriched by the music and spirit of KLUC, and has grown as a musician, collaborator, and friend through his time with the choir. Nathan is thrilled to now be Music Director. Every rehearsal and service is incredibly rewarding and fulfilling. He is very excited about the music and memories to come.

Paul Wisniewski

Paul began his music studies in his hometown of Warsaw, Poland at the Elsner Conservatory of Music, focussing on piano and organ studies. He continued his music education in Canada at the University of Toronto where he studied organ under the tutelage of Prof. John Tuttle and received a Bachelor of Music. Upon the completion of his degree Paul partook in the noon-hour organ recital series in Toronto. In 2002 Paul was the finalist of the 1st International Kotka Organ Competition in Finland, where he represented Canada. 
Over the past 25 years Paul has worked at several different Christian churches as an organist/music director, including St. Paul's Basilica, St. Philip's Lutheran Church and Bloordale United Church.  In addition to his experiences as a church musician, Paul is also a high school math and music teacher for more than 20 years.

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