Music: The Master's Singers
Minister of Music: Carole Maxson

The purpose ~ Under the direction of Carole Maxosn, the choir enhances the worship experience of the parishioners. 

At St. Clement's we use music that directly relates to the lectionary readings appointed for each Sunday.  Music is selected to further interpret and offer an expanded view of those readings.  The congregation joins in singing a wide variety of music from contemporary Christian to traditional hymns to assist in that worship experience.  An appropriate anthem is presented by the choir each Sunday.

A fall choir retreat begins the year. Time is spent in getting better acquainted and planning the musical year.  

There are two major events presented by the choir each year.  A Lenten gift to the congregation and the community on Palm Sunday afternoon and our annual Christmas performance followed by a banquet. 

In the past the choir has presented a "Madrigal/Boars Head Dinner" on the third Sunday in December. The church is transformed into a medieval castle, sumptuous dinners are served and the guests are entertained with all kinds of merriment.  During Advent 2014 we departed from that event and instead presented each Sunday "The Mass of Angels and Saints".  And in 2015, we presented to the congregation "An Early American Christmas"  It began with an early American rendition of "Lessons and Carols"  and concluded with a festive meal typical of the time.  In 2016 we presented an Applachian Christimas followed by meal of Applachian type food. 

In addition the choir honored our African American friends with a Mass based on Spirituals during Black History Month in February.

The choir rehearsal is held each Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.  We welcome new members.

Carole Maxson is the Director of Music at St. Clement's.  She plays the organ, piano, keyboard and directs the adult choir.  

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