Trinity Sunday, Broadway Night & a Look Back

Trinity Sunday, May 26, marks the last Sunday of the choir season this year. The St. Michael’s Singers will lead the 9:00 am service with a rhythmic, fast-paced offertory anthem by the Brazilian composer Ernani Aguiar (as well as a classic communion anthem by Mozart), while the Saints & Singers Choir will sing an arrangement of Mothering God, you gave me birth, with words by Julian of Norwich. The choir season won’t truly wrap up, however, until Broadway Night on May 31 and June 1. Buy your tickets on Sunday between services or at the door. We can’t wait to “Raise You Up!”

It has been a remarkable choir year, with FOUR choral evensongs and consistent, inspired leadership at each Sunday morning service since September. The Choristers have had multiple opportunities to sing with the adult choirs, and on June 1 will present their own Broadway Night number from Peter Pan. The Saints & Singers Choir have led one or two 11:00 am services a month with enthusiasm and joy. And the St. Michael’s Singers, the steadfast backbone of our music program, have rehearsed each and every week, learning complex anthems in record time while connecting as a community of courageous choral music nerds. We give thanks to each of our choirs for this year of music-making and worship leading and look forward to hearing their vocal gifts from the pews this summer!