Music is a vital part of our worship. We are currently in the search process for our next Director of Music Ministries.
We are no longer accepting new applications
The Children's Choir (4 year olds-8th grade) currently meets Sunday mornings at 9:30am. The interim director of this program is Caroline Stephenson, our Director of Children's and Youth Ministries. Our focus this school year will be on developing music literacy, building ensemble skills, and growing in faith and community through the joy of music making in age appropriate literature. Email Caroline.
The St. Luke's Parish Choir (our adult choir) meets Wednesday nights at 7:00 p.m. in the choir room. Membership in this group is open to any that have a passion for singing God's praise. Singing in the St. Luke's Choir forms bonds of commitment at a deep level. This choir is responsible for providing leadership and offerings of song at the principal liturgies of the Church. Benefits of membership in this group are: vocal instruction, lessons in Church history and theology, occasional lessons in music history and theory, experience in a tradition of liturgical excellence, and long-lasting friendships and fellowship that are second to none. Email our Rector for more information about joining the Parish Choir.
The Evensong Choir (an adult choir) meets each month on the Friday night prior to the last Sunday of the month starting at 6:00 p.m. They also warm-up and rehearse on the last Sunday afternoon of each month at 4:00 p.m. They then lead Evensong at 5:30 that same evening. This small group is responsible for preparing choral services in the Anglican tradition, singing both with and without organ accompaniment. Singers interested in this group should contact Davis Cooke for more information. Email Davis.
The Canterbury Ringers, our handbell choir, rehearses Monday evenings from 7p.m. until 8:30 p.m. in the Parish Hall building and ring in worship several times a year. This ensemble is led by Chip Carter. Email Chip.
Our Organ, was installed in November 2015 and was built by Walker Technical Company and RA Colby. This four-manual instrument has six divisions and the equivalent of 75 ranks of reproductions of the finest Æolian-Skinner instruments. There are also 3 ranks of traditional pipes. The full stop list is available here.