St. Paul's Music Programs

Both the Old and New Testaments contain many references to the use of music, both vocal and instrumental, as a means of praising God. Many of the writings in the book of Psalms were originally set to music and used as a hymnbook of praise. The Apostle Paul exhorted  Christians to “sing Psalms and hymns and spiritual songs to God with thankful hearts” (Colossians 3:16, NLB).

At St. Paul, we emphasize the ministry of music, using it both as a means to enhance worship and a way to lead our people to a closer spiritual encounter with God and the risen Christ.


The St. Paul Adult Choir rehearses each Wednesday at 7:30pm to provide music for Sunday worship as well as for special services and occasions. A wide variety of music styles are used, always chosen with texts which point to and emphasize God’s truths and the Christian experience. Membership is open to all.


St, Paul has two handbell choirs. The Good News Ringers rehearse on Sundays at 5:00pm, and the Bell Tones at 5:30pm on Mondays. These groups prepare and present handbell music which enhances the worship experience, and also presents special programs at Christmas and other times. In addition, a Chime Choir rehearses periodically and prepares music which it takes to shut-ins at retirement communities and other locations in the area.