Adult Choir

The Chancel Choir

The Chancel Choir is an ensemble of adult volunteers (20-24 singers) who provide the music for the 11:00 am Eucharist Service every Sunday.  They do a variety of music from hymn settings to the classic Anglican literature. Besides singing for the 11:00 am Eucharist during the year they are the choir for all the major Feast Days of the church year as well as three Choral Evensongs a year.

While music reading skills and previous experience are helpful, they are not a requirement for membership in the Chancel Choir.

Hallelujah from Messiah by  G. F. Handel, recorded Easter Day, March 31, 2013

Christ, our Passover by Will C. MacFarlane, recorded Easter Day, March 31, 2013

God So Loved the World, from The Crucifixion by John Stainer, recorded at Maundy Thursday service, March 28, 2013

O Salutaris Hostia (O Blessed Redeemer) recorded on September 30, 2012, 11:00 am service

Lead Me, Lord, by Samuel Sebastian Wesley, recorded on October 20, 2013, 11:00 am service. Cherisa York, organ, Jim Henderson, conducting

 

 

The Canterbury Choir

The Canterbury Choir is composed of Staff Singers and volunteers that provide the music for the 8:45 Family Eucharist. The Canterbury Choir does not hold a weekly rehearsal but rehearses on Sundays at 8:00 am in the Choir Room on the first floor of the Grelling-Spence Building.