Performing

Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul

Cathedral Choir

The Cathedral Choir is a well-balanced, multigenerational ensemble that enjoys singing music from early plainsong to twenty-first century literature, with an emphasis on the Anglican choral tradition. The choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings (6:00pm-7:30) and sings primarily at the 9:15am Choral Communion service on Sunday mornings, as well as occasional Evensong, Lessons & Carols, and Diocesan services.

Compline Choir

The Compline Choir gathers skilled singers from the Cathedral and the wider Charleston musical community to sing the ancient office of Compline one Sunday a month at 8pm. This contemplative, candlelit service lasts about twenty minutes, and is set entirely to plainsong and early polyphony. It is frequently followed by (Pub)lic Theology, a lecture and discussion event on the intersection of culture, knowledge, and faith, in a comfortable public environment.

Folk Music

Our contemporary band mixes elements of folk, americana, and bluegrass with texts both ancient and modern. Our worship leaders are a part of a liturgical musical collective called Holy City Hymns that seek to create music for the local church. Songs from Holy City Hymns are regularly used in our Sunday worship gatherings.


Leave Us a Comment!