The heritage of music in the Anglican tradition is one of our church’s greatest gifts to the missionary and spiritual life of the Christian faith. Since the Sixteenth Century, well-trained choirs of children and adults have led Prayer Book worship throughout the Anglican Communion, and so it is today. We continue to have a small choir even during the pandemic
The Episcopal Church's liturgy and music, are among our most vital tools for evangelism, spiritual enrichment, and sustaining the faith. The music which the Anglican Church has used for centuries for Holy Eucharist, Matins, and Evensong, is a treasure for us to share with the world. Through its resources of singers and players, Grace Church seeks to serve our parish and our community and the Church at large.
The Parish Choir is a vital part of our music ministry at Grace Church. In the Anglican tradition, this choir specializes in both traditional and contemporary repertoire.
At this time, only cantors and socially distancing ensembles are singing during the 10 a.m. Sunday worship service. While small in numbers, their voices are powerful and represent the tradition of music at Grace. The full choir will return on August 29.
On some Sundays small group of ringers gathers to play at our 10 a.m. in-person service. The sanctuary rings with joy when they play. Social distancing is observed by the choir.