Music at St. Paul's

Our "small but mighty" choir at St. Paul's is a volunteer driven opportunity for musically-inclined members of the parish to create beautiful music in the glorious Anglican music tradition. This includes singing at Sunday Masses September through June, twice annual sung Evensongs, and other special liturgies throughout the year such as our Patronal Feast, Christmas Eve and Holy Week.



The chief purpose of our choir is the singing of the 10:30 am Sunday Mass. We use the Propers from the English Gradual and the Hymnal 1940. Throughout the Church year we have six different Communion services. We also prepare special anthems, solos, small groups, and instrumental pieces to add to Sunday Mass on a regular basis.

We sing Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and the Great Easter Vigil during Holy Week.

Our primary rehearsal is on Sunday mornings at 9:45 am in the Nave.

Anyone interested in singing in the choir, please see the organist after 10:30 am Mass, or talk with any of the members of choir.


Our Organs

St. Paul's is blessed by two pipe organs in our Nave, our recently restored 1920 Reuters organ, and our tracker organ in the back balcony of the Nave.

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Listen to some of the beautiful music our small but might choir and musicians have shared.