The main objective of the Music Ministry at St. Luke’s is best stated by the hymn text written by Fred Pratt Green: “How often, making music, we have found a new dimension in the world of sound, as worship moved us to a more profound Alleluia!” Whether the music is traditional or contemporary, the Music Ministry leadership strives each week to lead God’s people in thought provoking, heart-felt worship. St. Luke’s diverse ministry has a wonderful heritage of fine music making and offers a place of service for all.
This is the primary service choir of St. Luke’s. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m. and conclude at 9:00 p.m. with a short break for coffee and fellowship in between. The choir sings every Sunday, but breaks from Wednesday rehearsals in July. Additional performances have included a European tour, choral evensongs, and a collaborative performance with local Preston Hollow area churches. New members are welcome to join at any point during the year.
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This series remembers Deacon Dorothy Michaelsen, the first woman ordained to the clergy in the Diocese of Dallas. Deacon Dorothy had a unique gift of stirring creativity in those around her, and St. Luke’s has created a series of events in her honor to celebrate God’s gift of creativity.
This series, sponsored by the Michaelsen Fund and by individual donations made at each event, strives to promote music and the arts for the St. Luke’s parish family and the community, as well as encourage fellowship during wine and cheese receptions following each performance.
Admission is free of charge.