The Episcopal Church of the Holy Innocents 



​ALL ARE WELCOME to come sing with Holy Innocents’ Choir. We were very blest this past season to have some new members join, but we are always looking for new members, so please consider joining us.


Better yet, find a friend and the two of you consider joining us.


Let me to alleviate some of the stress caused by things you do not know, and may make you hesitant to join:

1. You do not have to read music. Most of our choir members don’t. You really need more common sense than music reading ability.

2. You do not have to have a wonderful voice. Thankfully, most of our choir members do, but blending is one of our biggest focuses as a choir. We work hard to blend all the voices (the great, and the not so great) into one. This creates one beautiful and consistent sound.

3. You do not have to rearrange your travel schedule, or special plans you made with your family for the holidays. That’s because we have a fabulously positive attitude amongst our membership – when you are here, we are happy to see you! When you are not, we miss you, but we understand that committing to every single Wednesday evening (for rehearsal), and every single Sunday morning is pretty unrealistic.

4. You do not have to make a year round commitment. We do not sing during the months of January, July (well, we do sing on the Sunday of 4th of July weekend), or August. Holy smokes – that’s three months you don’t have to worry about! Common sense does come into play again here. There are some limits, but basically, I happily work around everyone’s schedules.

5. There is really ONLY ONE THING you do need to have, and that is the desire to Praise the Lord in Song. It’s as simple as that.


Pray about it – the choice is yours to make.

OUR CHOIR RETURNS Sunday, September 10th old (you know what I mean) choir members report at 8:30 to rehearse for the 9:30 service


Wednesday, September 13 ~ 7PM – 8:30PM- rehearsal NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME! Please feel free to come to this rehearsal to “try us out” and see if you would like to join  

Ellen Dondero, Minister of Music ejdondero@comcast.net 

Before our service begins, a quiet prelude is played on the organ, allowing all to enter the church and have some time for quiet prayer and/or healing. The choral anthem at the offertory helps us focus on the readings that day, as well as the church season in general, and during communion, the music is often particularly reflective, creating a pensive and prayerful tone. The liturgy centered hymns allow us to make music together in His name. All of this is offered to the Glory of God and can bring us closer to Him. And it is so worth getting there!