Music & Choir
“Come; let us sing joyfully to the Lord.”
– Psalm 95
The goal of All Saints Music & Choir is to inspire parishioners to join in praising God through song, to “evoke the presence and power of God through the beauty of music,” and to draw people closer to God and His Church through the power of music. (J. Michael McMahon, America, April, 2008).
For more information about Music & Choir, contact Kathy Lichter, Music Coordinator.
The Vigil Choir sings during the Saturday evening Vigil Mass at 5:00 p.m.
How To Participate In The Vigil Choir
All are welcome. Rehearsals are from on Thursday afternoons and from before the Vigil Mass on Saturday.
Sunday Music Choir (8:00 a.m. Mass)
The Sunday Music Choir at the 8:00 a.m. Mass is a small group of musicians consisting of a guitar player, drummer and vocalist. The main-focus is to magnify and glorify God through song, and to lead the congregation to allow them to fully express praise to our Lord.
Sunday Music Choir (11:00 a.m. Mass)
The Sunday Music Choir at the 11:00 a.m. Mass consists of three choirs:
The Adult Choir sings on the weekends that the children or teens do not sing at Mass. The choir consists of lead cantors and singers.
How To Participate In The Adult Choir
On the Sundays when the children are not singing, the Adult Choir rehearses at 10:15 a.m. prior to the Mass. All are welcome to join.
The Youth Choir sings on the third Sunday of the month from September through April.
How To Participate In The Youth Choir
All teens are welcome to participate in this fun, upbeat choir.
The Children’s Choir sings on the second Sunday of the month at the 11:00 a.m. Mass from September through April. The children sing throughout the entire Mass and even sing cantor solos when possible.
How To Participate In The Children’s Choir
Children in second through fifth grades are invited to participate in this joyful, lively choir that has become a parish favorite. Children must know how to read, be well-behaved and willing to sing.
Children’s Choir follows the Faith Formation schedule, and when there is no Faith Formation, there is no Children’s Choir.