“It is in pardoning that we are pardoned.” -St. Francis

Music Ministry

  • Judy Bain Sudduth, Director
  • Gail Madden, Organist/Pianist
  • Rob Roberson, Organist/Pianist
  • Barry Ellis, Pianist

It is the purpose of St. Francis of Assisi’s Music Ministry to facilitate liturgy with active music participation. We seek to enliven and enrich all who seek to worship at St. Francis of Assisi through music. Music opportunities offered at St. Francis include: Adult non­singer class; Strings Ensemble; Adult Handhell Choir; Adult, Youth and Children choirs.

Music and the arts are central to the expression of faith, prayer, praise, and devotion, and are essential vehicles of evangelism and outreach into the community. Music and the arts have been, since the beginning of human history, a God given gift. Music and the arts have been used by God as a medium in which the God/human, human/God relationship is expressed. At St. Francis we encourage you to receive blessings by developing and sharing your musical gifts. We encourage you to join in singing whether it be from the assembly or as a member of one of our choirs. We offer a varied music program at St. Francis that strives to connect people to God through the church, and the church to the community.

Remember, Catholics Can Sing!

Choirs

Our Choirs range in age from pre-school to senior adults.

Adult Non-Singer Class Monday 6:00-7:00 pm Have you always secretly wanted to sing. Now is your chance. It is casier than you think and you just might have fun.
Adult Handbell Choir Tuesday 6:15-7:30 pm
Adult Choir Wednesday
Sunday
7:00-8:00 pm
9:30 am
To sing for Sunday 10:30 am. Mass, Christmas, Easter
Alleluia Choir Wednesday 4:30-5:30 pm K5 – Third Grade
Jubilate Choir Wednesday 5:30-6:30 pm Fourth – Sixth Grade
Youth Choir Sunday 4:00-5:00 pm To sing for Sunday 5:00 pm. Mass (seventh grade – adult)
Strings Ensemble Sunday 4:00-5:00 pm To play for 5:00 pm. Mass (Easy Mass Parts)
Chamber ensemble opportunities