The Music Ministry at St. Luke’s is best summed up in Psalm 100, “…Worship the Lord with gladness; come before him with joyful songs.” St. Luke’s has a wonderful heritage of music; whether traditional, contemporary, or even gospel, the goal is to bring us together in worship of the Lord from whom all blessings flow.

St. Luke’s All Saints Choir, which leads our Sunday worship, has a rich history including choral evensongs, collaborative programs with area church choirs, and a European tour. The choir welcomes new members who want to add their voices to praises of the Lord.

St. Luke’s Organ

St. Luke’s organ – officially known as the Aeolian Skinner Organ, Opus 1438 – is one of the most revered in the greater Dallas area.

Originally built in 1965 for Caruth Auditorium at Southern Methodist University, the organ was considered the premier teaching and concert organ in the southwest. Major artists from around the country performed on the organ including Robert T. Anderson, Marie-Claire Alain, Guy Bovet, and several others. The organ at St. Luke’s continues to be sought out by students and artists for recitals and concerts.