The music ministry of Epiphany Parish exists to provide meaningful music for our community in the worship of God. Under the direction of Zach Hemenway and Wyatt Smith, our choirs and musicians provide music for all parish worship services. The Epiphany choir program is comprised of approximately 50 singers, and opportunities for involvement span all ages. There are also non-singing opportunities for those who would like to serve on the music guild and help with day to day operations of the music program. If you are interested in joining us in our work, contact Zach Hemenway, Director of Music.
Due to Covid-19, our choirs are not currently meeting in person, and all services are sung by a small ensemble. Please read about our choirs below, and learn more regarding how we’re still active during this time.
Music at Epiphany Parish is firmly rooted in the centuries-old Anglican tradition. Though this may mean that you will hear much music from the English Cathedral repertoire, we are also committed to expanding definition of what the Anglican Tradition is. At its core, the Anglican musical tradition is about excellence in music making, not only about compositional style. As a result, we sing music spanning six centuries and a variety of musical styles.
Current Program Year
Fall 2020 (coming soon)
Epiphany’s Adult Choir is comprised of approximately 40 members, both volunteer and professional, who come from a variety of musical backgrounds. Membership through audition is open to adults and boys with changed voices. We sing a Sunday morning Holy Eucharist each Sunday during the program year in addition to Choral Evensong as scheduled. New members are always encouraged to join this active and caring community of singers.