You know those people who are constantly on their smartphones? Those people who are on their phones everywhere, in restaurants, movie theatres, concerts, even in church? Well, if you're sitting in church and you look up front and see me, your organist, on my phone during the service, I promise I am not shopping on … Continue reading Livestreaming from the Organ, or the back row!
In the current absence of a choir at St. Luke's due to COVID restrictions, we have decided to start a handbell choir. Fortunately, St. Luke's owns two octaves of Schulmerich handbells that were donated by Dot Borden some years ago. So we are dusting them off, polishing them up, donning protective gloves, and getting ready … Continue reading Wanted: Handbell ringers!
We hope you'll join us tomorrow evening at 7 for another Hymn Sing at St. Luke's! It's been wonderful gathering every other Wednesday to sing together. Everyone is welcome, singers or just listeners. It's great fellowship and a chance to hear the organ and make music in our church once again. We sing masked and … Continue reading Hymn Sing and Compline Tomorrow
An eager group of St. Luke's folks gathered at church last month, and with great joy and gratitude, raised their voices - TOGETHER! - by singing favorite hymns. The evening was such a success that we have decided to offer hymnsings every other week, beginning this Wednesday July 14 and continuing through September 8. We … Continue reading Our Second Hymnsing this Wednesday at 7!
The Hallelujah Chorus. Christmas carols. Happy Birthday. Favorite hymns and anthems. If you like to sing, perhaps you've sung all of these, no doubt surrounded by other singers. Those of us who sing together in church choirs find great joy spending countless Wednesday evening rehearsals and Sunday morning services working and hoping to minister and … Continue reading Choir in the time of Covid