Music at St. Luke’s

 

Please note: The following overview of our music program describes our offerings during normal times. During the pandemic, offerings are more restricted. Please contact Nicholas Mourlam to learn what music opportunities we’re currently offering during these challenging times.

St. Luke’s offers a rich variety of music as part of our worship program. Our 10:00 service includes hymns accompanied by organ, and sometimes a choir, or a string trio. Some services include guest musicians such as vocal soloists or trumpet players. We even have a special Fourth of July service wherein The Rev. Ernest Cockrell plays the snare drum. In addition to the music offered in the services, Nicholas Mourlam, our music director, periodically treats us to concerts on either piano or organ. These are open to the public.

St. Luke’s Adult Choir

Our accomplished adult choir, under the direction of Nicholas, leads and supports the congregation in song and enriches worship with a diverse offering of sacred choral music. Participants are always learning, and find that involvement in choir is a meaningful way to experience worship. The choir rehearses on Thursdays from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM October through June. We can accommodate those who are new to choral singing, or only able to commit for a limited time. The choir year ends with all St. Luke’s musicians and their families gathering for a dinner and an outdoor musical sing-along in our church courtyard.

 

Summer Volunteer Music Service Project

During the summer, Susie Fleming and Pat Welch help coordinate a volunteer music service project. An ad hoc choir is formed of congregation members who want to connect with our community through music.

 

Come Sing With the St. Luke’s Choir!

 All are welcomed to sing with the St. Luke’s Adult Choir. Rehearsals for this fun musical group will be held each Thursday from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the choir room. Please contact Nicholas Mourlam at 925-724-8882 or nmourlam@stlukeslg.org for more information.