Throughout the ages people have come together bound by common beliefs and expressed their faith in song. Both chorally and instrumentally, music at St. Luke's is an integral part of worship. Covering a wide range of style periods and genres in addition to the Anglican Choral tradition, music of the highest quality is offered in praise of our Creator.
For children and youth, we offer a graded choir system from three years of age through High School. Affiliated with the Royal School of Church Music (RSCM), choristers are taught using the Voice for Life training. In addition there are two adult choirs supported by professional staff singers, a Folk Ensemble, and a Bell Tower Band of ringers. The Alston Memorial Organ is one of the finest in the Southeast with over 5,000 pipes.
Songs of Anticipation | December 1 at 4 p.m.
Advent Lessons and Carols
Be inspired by a traditional service of anticipation and
hope led by our clergy and the St. Luke’s Adult Choir.
Songs of Majesty | December 8 at 7 p.m.
The 44th Messiah Sing Along
Be regaled by the majesty of Handel’s masterwork,
with soloists, the St. Luke’s Adult Choir, and orchestra
- conducted by Rolando Salazar of the Atlanta Opera.
Songs of Mirth | December 15 at 7 p.m.
St. Luke’s Staff Singers
Be delighted by seasonal songs perfromed by our eight
talented staff singers, accompanied by Caitlin Dowling
and Randy Romig.
Songs of Joy | December 22 at 5 p.m.
Beloved Carols and the Stories Behind Them
Be entertained as Randy Romig invites you into the chancel
of the church to hear the fascinating histories behind many of our most cherished Christmas carols - and sing them as
Randy accompanies on the church’s might pipe organ.
Wherever you are on your musical journey, there’s a place for you in the Music Ministry at St. Luke’s!