Inspiring, uplifting music for our liturgies and programs
Dedicated to the art of music at the service of the worshiping community
The pastoral musicians believe music is a language of faith that the praying assembly needs in order to achieve full, conscious, and active participation in the liturgy. Music should assist believers in expressing and sharing the gift of faith that is within them, and nourish and strengthen their interior commitment of faith. It is a joyful gift from God that, when shared, also expresses delight, gratitude, and the beauty of the human spirit outside of our liturgical celebrations
Joining Music Ministry
There are many options for involvement in music ministry, including but not limited to liturgical ensembles and cantors (vocalists and instrumentalists who provide musical leadership for Sunday liturgies), the handbell choir, the women’s choir, the brass guild, and seasonal choirs and ensembles which sometimes form for Christmas and Easter. There have also been other ensembles such as a children’s choir and handbell quintet when sufficient interest emerges.
New and returning musicians are welcome to join liturgical ensembles and the women’s choir at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters as well as early in the summer break. The handbell choir and brass guild also accept members at these times and at additional times if circumstances permit.
Use the form on the right of this page to request information.