Children’s Music Ministry

Pre-K through 12th grade children growing as musicians for God’s Glory.

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Kelly Leibensperger, Director of Children’s Music

Kelly has been teaching music full-time for eight years. She currently teaches elementary choral and general music at Boyertown Elementary and New Hanover Elementary Schools in the Boyertown Area School District. Kelly also enjoys assistant directing musicals at Middle School West. Prior to Boyertown, Kelly taught middle school and elementary choral and general music in Southampton Township School District in Vincentown, NJ.

Kelly earned a Master of Music Education degree with an emphasis in Kodály Instruction from The Hartt School (University of Hartford; Hartford, CT) and a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance and Music Education from Esther Boyer College of Music and Dance (Temple University; Philadelphia, PA). She has completed certifications in Kodály Level III, FAME Conversational Solfege I & II, First Steps in Music, GIML Early Childhood and Elementary General Music, and Music Together. Kelly is a member of ACDA, Chorister’s Guild, FAME, and NAfME.

Prior to Proclamation, Kelly taught and directed early childhood music, general music, and choral music at Tenth Presbyterian Church (Philadelphia, PA), Covenant Presbyterian (Cherry Hill, NJ), and Princeton Meadow Church (Princeton, NJ) and other locations in and around Philadelphia. Kelly grew up in Chester and Berks counties. She enjoys performing locally when her schedule allows.

In addition to her love of singing and all things music, she enjoys gardening, nature, traveling, reading, and spending time with her husband, family, and friends. When she is not at Proclamation, she can be found worshipping with her husband, Peter, who is a full-time Minister of Music at First Presbyterian Church in Haddonfield, NJ.

Sandy Martin

Director of Handbells

Asaki Nakagawa

Children’s Choir Accompanist