Music at St. Thomas

Music is a vital and integral part of worship and community life at St. Thomas. We welcome everyone who wishes to join their voices with ours—whether as part of the congregation or in the choir—or who want to praise God with instrumental music.

Music during our worship takes many forms. Our traditional hymns come from The Hymnal, 1982; we also sing newer music from the supplemental hymnals Wonder, Love, and Praise, Voices Found, and Lift Every Voice and Sing. Our sanctuary contains a piano and a pipe organ, and the choir sings at Sunday services September through June. The Welcome Table Family Service includes contemporary music that families can enjoy together.


The music program is led by Dr. Lori Lind, St. Thomas’s minister of music, organist, and choir director. Lori has a doctorate in musical arts from the Catholic University of America and a master’s of music from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. She is the artistic director of Shakespeare Opera Theater.


St. Thomas Choir

With occasional help from talented instrumentalists among the congregation, the choir offers beautiful music for the glory of God each Sunday.


The choir is happy to welcome singers of all ages and levels of experience. All that is required is an enjoyment of music, a commitment to the program, and a desire to have fun. Choir members also enjoy social activities and camaraderie outside of services.


The choir has rehearsal once a month on Thursday evenings at 7:00 PM and meets Sunday mornings at 8:45 AM starting in September and continuing through early June.


Contact Lori Lind with any questions about the choir or the music program.

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