Overview & News
- Handel's Messiah
- Benjamin Britten’s, A Ceremony of Carols, and John Rutter’s, Dancing Day
- All Music Articles
Music is at the heart of our mission, one of the primary ways in which we worship, love and serve our Lord Jesus Christ.
Each year, the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys, which was under the direction of John Scott from 2004-2015, sing at nearly 200 choral worship services, including Choral Liturgies on Sunday mornings, Choral Evensong on Sunday evenings and on many Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings (September through May). The choir also sings at special liturgies throughout the year, including the Lessons and Carols each December and triduum liturgies in Holy Week.
We are delighted to welcome visitors from all over the world to these worship services. We hope you will join us during your next visit to New York City. If you are unable to worship with us in person, you may do so via the webcasts from your home.
In addition to playing at all choral worship services, our fine organists give recitals throughout the year, and we welcome dozens of visiting organists to participate in our Sunday Organ Recital Series, which occurs most Sundays (September through May) at 5:15pm, following Choral Evensong.
Our Choir of Men and Boys, often accompanied by instrumentalists and the organists, sings an outstanding series of concerts each year, including annual performances of Handel's Messiah. You may buy tickets, or even better, you can ensure the maintanence and growth of the concert series by first joining Friends of Music and then receiving FOM concert tickets according to your level of membership.
All of our music offerings are dependent on our organs. Our Great Organ is currently in a perilous state and we must soon replace it. Please read more and then consider a gift to the capital campaign.