At St. Michael’s, we believe in the ability of music to draw us close to each other and infuse our worship with a sense of the holy. Congregational singing is a vital part of our corporate life, and we include a wide variety of hymns and other music in our services. Our hymns and anthems respond creatively to the Biblical readings of the day, amplifying their message through text and sound.
Music at 11am Sundays
We are bound together by a rich tradition embodied in the Episcopal Hymnbook, and singing hymns, both old and new, is fundamental to our worship. We also sing different settings of the service music, including “Mass for St. Michael’s,” a work commissioned especially for our congregation and composed by Noel Alford, a former pianist at the church.
Choir at 11am Sundays
Making music together for the glory of God, the St. Michael’s choir leads congregational singing of hymns and service music. The choir inspires the congregation to reflect on the messages of the day through anthems and other special music, representing the highest spiritual, intellectual, and artistic aspirations of humankind.
Our rehearsals are energetic, focused, and filled with a spirit of love, service and dedication to each other, our congregation and our God. We rehearse Wednesday evenings, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., and Sunday mornings, 10:00 to 10:45. We invite all who are interested to contact our choir director, Dr. James Morrow. No audition is required.
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