It is our privilege to have a very fine pipe organ in our Church –– a three-manual instrument of 53 speaking stops and 2,456 pipes. The acoustic in the Church is especially satisfying both for singing as well as exciting organ sound. We have an organist who is able to bring out the best from the instrument. Here is a sample of the sort of music to which we are accustomed:
"Voluntary in G" ~ Henry Heron (b. circa 1725)
Our services include a good blend of the old and the new: well-known hymns from the long tradition of Church music, powerful and poignant modern hymns by writers such as Brian Wren, Fred Kaan and Ruth Duck; organ pieces from some of the most admired composers of classical music throughout the ages.
If you enjoy the great hymns of the Church, and listening to a fine organ in a Church of excellent acoustics, why not join us on Sunday mornings.
We are always looking for more keen singers to join our small but high-standard choir. We do offer the Lewis Barrett and Graham Bell scholarships. These choir scholarships would be particularly suited to students studying at the Elder School of Music or to an aspiring senior secondary student.
For more details on the choir or the scholarships, please contact Mr Frank May, on 0400 011 491.