“Music is a way for God to lead us to the realm of higher things. As St. Augustine says, ‘Singing is for the one who loves.’ Music is therefore a sign of God’s love for us and of our love for him.” -Sing to the Lord: Music in Divine Worship, USCCB
St. Francis of Assisi takes great pride in its liturgical music program. As ministers of music, our cantors, choir members, and parish instrumentalists strive to lead and enrich the assembly’s sung prayer.
Participants in our Music Ministry find a deep spirituality in preparing sacred music throughout the liturgical year and enjoy the friendship of other choir members.
If you like to sing or are a skilled instrumentalist, contact our Director of Sacred Music & Liturgy, Jeremy A. Boyer, for more information about being involved in our liturgical music program: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Francis Parish Choir – Leads music weekly at the 9am Mass as well as other feast days throughout the liturgical year. The choir sings a variety of musical styles, including modern hymnody, chant and polyphony. The choir typically rehearses each Wednesday at 7pm from September through May, with other rehearsals as necessary. All voice parts are welcome from high school age and up. Contact: Director of Music & Liturgy, Jeremy A. Boyer at email@example.com
St. Francis School Choir – This choir is an auditioned group of talented students from our parish school in grades 3-8. They rehearse each Wednesday at 3pm in church and lead music weekly at daily Mass when school is in session. Contact: Director of Music & Liturgy, Jeremy A. Boyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guitage – This is a guitar music group that leads the singing at the 4:00 pm Mass on the 2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month. Contact: Bob & Joyce Bennett 846.2626
Contemporary Worship – This musical group leads music at the 4:00 pm Mass on the third Sunday of each month. Contact Larry Bourneuf 724-4482
Cantors – This ministry encourages those who are gifted singers to use their talent to lead the body of worshippers in song at Mass and other parish liturgical celebrations. Cantors are trained in how to most effectively lead the parish in this aspect of worship. If you have been blessed with the ability to lead song, this is a wonderful opportunity to share your talent with your parish community. Contact: Director of Music & Liturgy, Jeremy A. Boyer at email@example.com