Festival Choir

In this time of uncertainty, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many changes upon us all.  The many fears associated with the Coronavirus has virtually halted singing to a very minimal level.  Because of the safety concerns regarding group vocal singing, choirs of every type have had to silence their songs temporarily. 

We are seeking and developing different approaches to sharing congregational and choral songs.  Plans are underway to have a variety of musical offerings to replace what was our normal mode of singing hymnody, psalm singing, choral anthems and solos and instrumental music whether it be with the handbell choir or the children singing and playing instruments.   This Fall, our worship and music ministry will evolve out of this need to make music in a safe environment while maintaining physical distancing and all the necessary precautions to allow us to worship safely.  St. Paul’s outstanding music ministry with the many talented people will help to keep music alive.

The Festival Choir is looking for voices!

What is the Festival Choir?  A group of people who like to sing and come together and sing for special occasions; usually a combined service.  This gives people who usually attend either the early or late service to come together and sing at a combined service.

We would like as many choir members as possible to sing for special  occasions.  Those willing to participate in the Festival Choir are asked to let Victor Fields, our organist and choir director, know so he can select music appropriate for the size and voice configuration of the group.  A great opportunity for people who enjoy singing but don’t want to commit singing in the choir weekly.