As the chimes play one Tuesday October evening in the neighborhood, you’ll also hear a honking horn, a girl passing by on a bike, a man clapping and calling for his dog to come in, cars driving slowly down Albright Avenue, birds singing, and crickets chirping. If you listen closely you’ll also hear fall leaves rustling and a car door closing as a cub scout arrives for a den meeting.

The original chimes were given to the church in memory of Elmer Serfass by his wife, Catherine Serfass. In 2005, a new set was given to the church in memory of Bill Serfass. The chimes ring two times a day, at noon and six o’clock p.m. Many residents of the community have shared stories of how they appreciate the chimes and the lovely sounds they bring to the neighborhood.