Music at St. John’s Norway
Music plays a fundamental role in worship at St. John’s Norway, and our music program provides opportunities for people of all ages and experience levels to sing, play, and participate in this core ministry. Our adult choir is St. John’s principal choral ensemble, performing anthems and motets as well as leading the congregation in the service music each Sunday. For our younger members, the Children’s Ministry provides a wonderful opportunity for fun singing and learning new songs.
We perform a wide variety of music at St. John’s, much of it originating within the Anglican tradition. Works by composers such as Wood and Stanford, as well as Victoria, Bach, and Handel are frequently performed, as well as music written in the 20th and 21st centuries. New singers are always welcome. Anyone interested in attending a rehearsal is encouraged to contact our Organist and Choir Director.
St. John’s is fortunate to house a two-manual Hutchings/Stuart mechanical-action organ.
We are searching for a new Organist and Choir Director. To apply for this position or to learn more about our Interim Organist and Choir Director, please click here.