Music is a central part of worship and community at St. David’s. It has also, like everything else, been heavily impacted by the Covid pandemic. The music ministry of St. David’s is exploring new ways of bringing music to the parish and community, and longs to make music with and for you in person once again.
To learn more about specific ensembles or upcoming concerts and special services, please explore this section of our website.
- Parish Choir and St. David’s Singers
- Compline: Visit the archive of this sung service of evening prayer
- Music Facebook page
- Music Calendar
Celebrating Dr. David Stevens
On Sunday, Aug. 7, to honor Dr. David Stevens, Director of Music for 32 years, upon his retirement a 70-voice choir assembled to offer service music written by David and favorite anthems specially chosen by him at our 11:15 a.m. service in Historic Church.
The service was followed by a retirement lunch in Sumners Hall. David led the final Office of Compline service in Historic Church at 8 p.m.
- A Mass for CompanionsRead a letter to the parish from Dr. David Stevens, about his composition of A Mass for Companions which will be sung by the congregation starting Sunday, June 26 until Sunday, Aug. 7 when we will say goodbye to David as he begins his retirement. … Continue reading
Music Notes for Worship
Organist and Associate Music Director Eric Mellenbruch offers the St. David’s community a weekly enriching guide to the music heard during our weekly services.
- Music Notes | The Feast of Christ the KingThe Feast of Christ the King was instituted in the Roman Catholic Church by Pope Pius XI in 1925 to remind the faithful of their allegiance to God rather than to earthly rulers (specifically, Mussolini) and was taken up by other communions in the ecumenical consensus that followed the Second Vatican Council. The title is not used in the 1979 Book of Common … Continue reading