Music has historically been an important part of Catholic Worship through the ages, and nowadays at Immaculate Conception is no exception.
The Worship Choir is an important part of the liturgies at Immaculate Conception. The choir sings about three weekend Masses per month, from September to Corpus Christi, in addition to Holy Day and Sacramental Liturgies. We usually sing for the 10:30 Mass, occasionally for the 5:00 pm Saturday Vigil Mass. Our rehearsals are Wednesday nights at 7:00 pm. It is not necessary to read music to be a part of the Worship Choir, only to have a pleasant singing voice and a willingness to learn. Contact the main office and ask to speak with Mark Walker, our new Director of Music and Worship.
Here is a video of the Worship Choir (and guests) singing a piece by our previous director, Julianna Horton.
Here is a recording of the Worship Choir singing Julianna Horton’s arrangement of “O Sons and Daughters” at Mass on Easter Sunday, 2017.
The Spirit Singers are people who love to sing, but are unable to make a regular Wednesday night rehearsal commitment. Spirit Singers sing with the Worship Choir once per month during the school year, meeting at 9:30 am before the 10:30 Mass, as well as for other occasions as they come up.
Please contact the main office if you are interested in singing with us. Mark Walker, the new Director of Music and Worship, may be emailed here.
Here is a recording of the Spirit Singers singing an arrangement of Let All Things Now Living, written by Julianna Horton, as sung for Mass on November 15, 2015:
Here is another recording of the Spirit Singers, this time singing an arrangement of “O God, Almighty Father” by Julianna Horton, on June 11, 2017: