St Paul's Episcopal Church has a chancel choir of very dedicated singers who augment the liturgy every Sunday with SATB Hymns, Anglican Chant and Anthems for the offertory. Our singers are navigating the altered world of church music following the COVID 19 pandemic. The choir must prerecord music at the moment due to COVID 19 safety issues.Before COVID 19 our guitarists and other musicians made
outdoor services at the church picnic a lot of fun.
Caroline Senn has been Music Director and Organist at St. Paul’s since 2017. Caroline has a Music degree from the Australian National University and is a member of the American guild of Organists, the Association of Anglican Musicians and the American Recorder Society. She has a particular interest in the organ repertoire, sacred choral music, baroque and classical piano music, Baroque Recorders and repertoire and New Music.
Caroline directs the Chancel Choir and Recorder Consort. The Choir and the Recorder Consort also typically provide music for St Paul's Madrigal dinner held in December. We hope that this tradition will resume once it is safe to do so!
St Paul's Episcopal Church has an AG Digital Organ which replaced the beautiful pipe organ that was destroyed in the fire of 2005. If you check out our 'History' page on this site you can see a video from 1991 when the old pipe organ was still around! St Paul's also has a Steinway L Grand Piano which is used extensively for Choir rehearsals, worship and concerts and a whole lot of recorders that are sadly at the moment not able to be used publicly due to the risks associated with wind instruments and potentially transmitting this dreaded virus.