"Music is the soul's voice. Music engages the mind, transforms the heart and awakens the soul. It speaks for us when we have no words."

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Our Music Program

Our superb choirs and vibrant music leaders elevate our common life together; you will find music at worship, parish potlucks, youth retreats, children's Sunday School, and throughout every aspect of life at Church of Our Saviour.

As Episcopalians, we have a musical heritage that is one of the world's richest and most deeply spiritual. We offer a wide variety of musical styles from English Renaissance motets to multi-cultural spirituals, each dedicated to enhance worship and to speak to the heart.

Our pipe organ, Austin Organs, Inc., Opus 2469, was a gift in 1965, from Mr. Edward Valentine and was designated a “Memorial to the late Rev. John H. Atwill, Rector” (1913-43). It was refurbished in 2005 by Rosales Organ Builders, Inc. and the Rodgers Instruments, LLC, and is a pipe/digital combination instrument. Our Saviour Choir brings volunteer choristers and soloists together on a weekly basis. At times, guest instrumentalists join us for enhancing our musical life. We offer our praise in worship on a weekly basis at the 10:00 a.m. Eucharist  The choir sings concerts and Evensongs throughout the year that highlight the diversity of the choral tradition. Check out the church event calendar and our “Music for a Season” Series.

Join Us

There are many ways to participate in our music program: become a member of one of the choirs, (three children’s choirs, and Our Saviour Choir), become a “Friend” of our “Music for a Season” Series, and, if you play an instrument or want to become involved in the music ministry, please contact our Minister of Music for more information on how to become involved in the music life of this great parish.

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Music Staff

Staff Singers

Soloists/Section Leaders, Our Saviour Choir

Rebecca Rasmussen - Soprano

Pauline Sablan - Alto

Phil Gold - Tenor

Brian Dyer - Tenor

Matt Aldrich - Bass