Participating in divine worship services as choir members is a sacred responsibility. Choir members, as other church musicians, offer their God-given talents to the faith for a variety of reasons. For most, it is a part of their giving of their "time and talents." For others, it is something that is enjoyed and for still others, it is a social outlet. In Orthodox services, choir members represent the laity, responding to the liturgical dialogues set by the priest. This places a sacred responsibility on them during our worship services. They are called to be knowledgeable not only of the hymns and responses, but also about the correct order of the worship services.
If you are interested in singing, please contact our director or any one of the choir members about attending a choir session to see what it is like. Come sing with us!
Previous clergy Fr. Anthony Savas and Fr. Bob Fox with the Saint Nicholas choir.